human behavior

As coronavirus cases spike, those who refuse to wear face coverings remain as firm in their choice as ever. Here's what psychologists say is driving their behavior.
A psychologist explains why people spilled onto bar patios when they should have been inside.
There’s a reason the human brain might gravitate toward pajamas on an “off” day: role theory.
When strident denial meets vivid reality, it creates a political storm, and that's what we’re beginning to see.
Sending sexually explicit messages doesn't always feel good.
A new study of criminal minds reveals a flaw in their decision-making.
You hit the car lock button three times, every time.
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Here's why you shouldn't feel guilty asking Grandma to babysit.