“My dad asked me if I had been to tutoring and I lied… Then he showed me the tablet."
Between the instability of the real estate market and cryptocurrency fluctuations, everyone has been talking about bubbles. But what are they, really?
Actor and science communicator Alan Alda shares his three rules of three for effective and empathic communication.
This scientist collected thousands of secrets. They all had 3 things in common.
Terrified of blushing? You might have erythrophobia.
Carl Jung was one such person.
"In our studies, people who are more intelligent don’t mind wander so often when the task is hard but can do it more when tasks are easy."
You only have 4,000 weeks of life. Use them wisely.
"All moments past, present, and future, always have existed, always will exist."
The larger truth on the streets is that no one uses just one drug anymore.
"Downward counterfactual thinking" — that is, imagining how things could be worse — is a quick and easy way to boost your well-being and gratitude.
The findings contradict a widespread belief.
Metabolism and mitochondrial functioning seem to have far more to do with mental health than many people might expect.
The history of money is a history of convenience, and spending has never been easier than it is today.
You don't have to be an emperor to apply these rules to daily living.
Short-term thinkers take shortcuts. Take the long path instead, explains futurist Ari Wallach.
From health to leadership abilities, a good sense of humor can help improve many aspects of life.
Should you confess to cheating? A Columbia ethics professor explains.
Foster your own moments of mystery.
When your passion becomes your day job, sometimes the day job becomes a chore.
Here's how to avoid getting duped by the "dark patterns" of online businesses.
Contrary to popular research, people with more money are happier, but it’s their spending habits, not their account balances, that move the dial.
Paradoxically, some do it for erotic reasons.
By exposing people to small doses of misinformation and encouraging them to develop resistance strategies, "prebunking" can fight fake news.