Study Says Psychopaths DO Feel Remorse
They just don't act like they do.
Children Are Not as Evil as Previously Thought, Study Says
New research challenges the pre-existing scientific view that children are immature in their decision-making. The lead author explains why children are capable of better moral judgment than previously thought.
How Your Brain Determines If You're a Santa or a Scrooge
New research links the region of the brain associated with fear and the hormone oxytocin to the giving spirit.
Why 'True' AI In Video Games Is a Marketing Gimmick
Don’t expect to have a HAL 9000 moment with your Xbox any time soon.
VICE vs Video games
‘Invisible, Inc.’ Is the Best Strategy Game of 2015
Klei's turn-based spy caper made its way into VICE Gaming's top 20 of 2015, and here's why.
Neuroscience Explains Why People Choke During Spelling Bees
I finally know what part of my brain made me fumble in fifth grade.
Here's What Your Robot Is Thinking When It Slams into a Wall
MIT researchers designed a way to visualize a robot’s plan of action.
The Grand Mystery of How Your Brain Makes a Really Simple Choice
New research points to how humans and other animals understand "good" and "bad."
When You’re Poor, Bad Decisions Are Rational
When delaying gratification becomes a fool's errand.
Science Proves That Life Is One Big Action Movie
The fear of pain is actually worse than the pain itself.
Stop Sleeping: It Makes You Too Rational
New research published in the _Journal of Neuroscience_ shows pretty strong evidence that sleep deprivation tips our decision-making scales in the optimistic direction, or more specifically, the over-optimistic direction.