Equipped with no widespread formal guidelines on securing voluntary consent in the internet age, scientists are designing big experiments that can, and often do, cause harm, researchers argue
Study also reveals differences in preventive behavior based on gender, race, education, state of residence, health condition, and trusted news source
Researchers artificially manipulated neurons to force a shift in choice from a desired treat to a plain staple
Research findings pose the possibility that drug use can be addressed without affecting biologically-adaptive seeking of reward
During the novel coronavirus crisis, mental distress increased substantially. What helps people get through this time well?
But a supportive boss can make a difference, study finds
A new study in rats by Washington State University researchers provides a rare look at the effects of using cannabis during pregnancy
Specifically, Democratic political leaders' critiques of such models was shown to undermine public support for the models' use, while Republican opinions had little impact
Two recent studies show that dealing with rude emails at work can create lingering stress and take a toll on your well-being and family life
The findings are reported as use of cannabis during pregnancy has 'skyrocketed'