In 1998, former New Yorker editor Tina Brown went into business with Harvey Weinstein. That was a colossal mistake.
There are scientifically proven ways you can improve your self-esteem, right now.
People who score highly on the dark triad are vain, callous, and manipulative.
Juggling conscious experience with the machinations of the mind can create the ultimate audience experience.
The dominatrix profession demands a mastery of human psychology and the ability to command life's many challenges.
What if patience, and maybe other personality features too, are more a product of where we are than who we are?
People who score high in "dark triad" personality traits are able to empathize. They'd just rather not.
Are we born with self-control? Or does context change our behavior?
Spending more time on your hobbies can boost confidence at work — even if they are sufficiently different from your job
Can rock climbing help rocket scientists?
How does gratitude work its mental magic?
Before you judge someone's personality based in their playlist, you may want to read the results of this study.
Most of us can't imagine wanting absolute control over a nation or feeling compelled to commit mass murders — so then what is it about a dictator's psychology that makes them different?
Most of us have heard of Abraham Maslow and his hierarchy of needs, but Maslow doesn't have a monopoly on self-actualization.
Why would people rate certain names as being more extraverted or more agreeable?
In a new study, people who posted a lot of selfies were generally viewed as less likeable and more lonely.