Discover how opioid addiction affects the brain and how evidence-based treatments are saving lives.
Shivering can activate a series of “heating stations” for your blood vessels—but they take a little while to get up and running.
Violence is a complicated thing to measure.
Two researchers at a Polish University recreated the Milgram Shock Experiment.
To test this, a psychologist puts on a two-act puppet show for infants.
Use this video, from NOVA The Violence Paradox, to examine arguments for the self-domestication hypothesis—which may support explanations for a surprising trend in interpersonal violence in human societies.
Adults are prompted to give a hostile response to an act they perceive as hostile in this study. Researchers investigate what adult brains experience after acting upon the feeling of revenge in this resource from NOVA The Violence Paradox.
Children younger than a year old watch a puppet show and express their preferences regarding matters of justice and fairness. Researchers ask if a sense of right and wrong is innate in humans in this resource from NOVA The Violence Paradox.