Same as it ever was
Facebook Has to Keep Apologizing for Its Business Model
Sorry. Sorry. I’m trying to remove it.
Cats Are Actually Nice, Scientists Find
Why Even Just the Smell of Alcohol Can Make Us Lose All Self-Control
According to the findings of a new study from Edge Hill University, smelling alcohol can make it harder for people to inhibit their behaviour.
Why One in Seven British Sixth-Graders Is Getting Drunk
While the phenomenon of pre-teen drinking is hardly new, or isolated to the UK, very little is known about what actually causes it.
Working With Intellectually Disabled Sex Offenders Is Challenging, But Not How You’d Expect
"I don't really feel the need to defend my job, more to educate people on the realities of this group of people."
Anonymous, as told to Wendy Syfret
Can You Really Become Addicted to a Drug After Just One Hit?
The idea that one toke on a crack pipe destroys your life is popular, but it contradicts what we know about brain chemistry.
How Do You Know if Your Pet Is a Pervert?
I called a specialist in an attempt to figure out why my cat is always watching me when I'm on the toilet or having sex.
When Humans Bully Robots, There Will Be Consequences
Could bullying a bot make it more of a threat?
Did That Fruit Fly You Just Killed Feel Something Like Fear?
It’s impossible, of course, for flies to show human-like emotions, but the way in which flies react to visual threats may mirror what humans associate with fear.
People with This Gene Perceive Emotions More Vividly
People with a variant of ADRA2b are more attuned to emotional information, like how artists have a heightened sense for visual aspects of the world.