The experience of nostalgia, which feels good, doesn’t always lead to making good decisions. So, how does nostalgia permeate the brain? And what exactly does it do our decision-making?
Schadenfreude is enjoyment that’s derived from another person’s misfortune. It’s a complicated emotional response which feels good, but how much should it govern our decision making?
Most conversations online about ideology seem to be like a lame snowball fight, and you’re probably wondering “there has to be a better way!” Neuroscience says, There just might be.
The brain isn’t partisan, but when we move to political extremes, it can affect our physiology and psychology.
Following a devastating cluster of storms, Lecomte has resumed his swim across the Pacific Ocean.
Ben Lecomte is continuing his trans-Pacific journey to raise awareness and collect data about the state of the ocean.
Severe storms have disrupted the long-distance swimmer's progress, but Lecomte is as determined as ever to forge ahead with his historic trans-Pacific journey.
Many Mexican migrants are falsely accused of human trafficking and face up to a 30 years in prison. Will they ever find justice?
Humpback whales are known to be one of the most majestic mammals on earth, but what happens when a diver winds up in the middle of a whale fight?
Deep in the forest of Montello Italy there lies a magical amusement park built by one man.