A team of lawyers and psychologists reviewed 364 exams used in the legal system, finding a third of them don’t pass muster with forensic mental health experts.
The more ‘parentese’ there is at home, the more likely a child is to have an advanced vocabulary later on.
It took 12 years and at least $40 million to chart a region about 250 micrometers across—about the thickness of two strands of hair.
Uncanny silicone masks used to be a Hollywood plot device. Now they’re in the real world—and they’re fooling a whole lot of people.
People tend to get gloomy when night comes early and cold weather descends. But adjusting our workday to the season could lift our mood.
The company has gotten better at removing distressing content. Now it wants to help users feel better.
Genius is a myth, the former *MythBusters* cohost believes. You get smarter by investing time and energy in something you love.
Six years after it ceased to be an official diagnosis, Asperger’s lives on as a unifying label and a source of strength.
Scientists have tried contacting extraterrestrials with a number of bespoke linguistic systems. But we might be better off using our own languages.
Opinion: Current testing on helmets ignores the kinds of impacts that cause most of the concussions. It’s time for football to wise up.