What's really making objects move in that viral craze involving pencils and summoning ghosts? It's not the demon you think it is, freaked-out teens.
The next time your mind wanders, you might be able to regain your focus if you turn your gaze on a specific type of image, says research out of the University of Melbourne.
Researchers in Australia believe that those who don't get immediate feedback on social media suffer from a lack of belonging and a general despair. Well, of course.
Why do we get so passionate about our operating systems? Adventures in Tech explores the psychology that fuels smart phone fandom.
With the help of a psychology pro, Adventures in Tech explains why we get so fiercely competitive about our operating systems.
Grab a mic! Most people can carry a tune, even if they think their voice would make Simon Cowell scowl, a researcher at Toronto's Royal Conservatory of Music says.
Technically Incorrect: There's Charlie Bit My Finger. There's a cat playing the piano. There's the Overly Attached Girlfriend. Still feel safe?
If you have to endure the horror of a meal on an airplane, a new study out of Cornell says some tastes are more intense than others. Order accordingly.
At last, there's a scientifically proven way to get that song out of your head, but you'll want to make sure you're done eating first.
The shape of your glass can determine the speed at which you "chug, chug, chug," say new studies out of the University of Bristol in England.