Only One-Third of Psychology Findings May Be Reliable - Now What?
The ability to repeat a study and find the same results twice is a prerequisite for building scientific knowledge. It may surprise you to learn, then, that scientists do not often conduct – much less publish – attempted replications of existing studies.
What Household Dust Says About You
Household dust contains menageries of microscopic life that differ greatly from each other depending of where a person lives, what pets a person has, and how many people in the house are male or female, researchers say.
Insecure Men May Be More Prone to Violence
Researchers found that men who feel they fall short of society's "macho man" standards and are unhappy about it may be more likely to commit violent assaults using weapons than men who are comfortable with their masculinity.