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Fifty years ago, when Kitty Genovese was 29, she was viciously assaulted and stabbed to death in front of her apartment building in New York City.
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A March 2014 survey by psychologists who study happiness has identified "ten keys to happier living" and daily habits that make people genuinely happy.
The Institute was established in 2012 with support from Peking University, and Patrick J. McGovern and Lore Harp McGovern, who are committed to improving human welfare, communication and understanding through their support for neuroscience research.
An Orange County Superior Court judge today rejected a motion for a new trial for a 74-year-old sexually violent predator, whose bid for release was rejected by a jury in December.
The floor-length, vaguely Grecian-looking white gown that H&M debuted today isn't the discount retailer's first foray into the wedding business - but it's certainly H&M's first wedding dress at a decidedly H&M price point.
Heath Rezabek, an Austin, TX-based librarian, futurist and long-term thinker, continues the chronicle of his evolving work on the Vessel project and its ramifications.
It was apparently a surprise for a University of Ottawa graduate student studying psychology that it was unusual for her to be able to will herself out of her body, as she claims she can do.
Two economic reports hit the newswires Thursday morning . Both were important, yet each one had the opposite implication for the trend.
Siskin Hospital announced that J. Christopher Young, Ph.D., is now Board Certified in Clinical Neuropsychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology .
Tomorrow is International Women's Day, and no doubt it will be marked by plenty of discussions about internet misogyny, everyday sexism, the war on women and all the other things that get people worked up.
TANYA Brown is the first Access student from Peter Symonds College to try for and receive an offer from Oxbridge.
Black boys are viewed as older, less innocent than whites, research finds. The police are likelier to use force against black children when officers 'dehumanize' blacks, the new study says.
For many people with advanced cardiac insufficiency, a heart transplant may be their only hope.
Dave Gussak, Emporia State alumnus and art therapist, talks about his experience serving as an art therapist expert witness in a criminal court case, March 3 in Webb Hall.
Is there anyone who can resist dancing when Pharrell Williams sings "Happy"? Yes, if you're one of the rare few with specific musical anhedonia.
A computer that recognises body language using a Microsoft Kinect camera could help children with autism understand and express emotions WHETHER striding ahead with pride or slouching sullenly, we all broadcast our emotions through body language.