Maintaining privacy is more of a social practice than one would think.
Professor Anthony Greenwald invented the Implicit Association Test that can tap into our implicit feelings about race. What happens when people take it?
In a scene straight out of science fiction, a student in Washington lifted another student’s hand—with a thought.
Gladiators drank a concoction of vinegar and ashes to stay bulky for battle.
Game theory tells us that climate deals are doomed to failure.
Recent findings narrow the period in which both Neanderthals and modern humans existed together.
The "rational choice" model alone doesn't account for voting behavior. So what does?
Do child support laws actually benefit children?
Is age just a number?
Welcome to the first of a new weekly column, Psy-Q, which delves into the JSTOR archives to give ...