We’re horrified, but sometimes we can’t turn away. Is that ever O.K?
If you see something beautiful, you’re more likely to think that there is a higher power at work.
What is it about awe?
Scientists recently tested the power of awe and found that people who had recently viewed something spectacular or unexplainable were more likely to attribute its beauty to a non-specified “designer” as …
All it takes is a little awe to make you feel religious
Treatment rates are woefully low for kids with psychological problems, a new study finds
Willpower takes work, and the later it gets, the more your energy runs down
Human beings tend to average out the faces they see in a group—and when it comes to beauty, average can be good
West Virginia is the most neurotic state, Utah is the most agreeable and the folks of Wisconsin are the country’s most extroverted, a new study says. Take TIME’s test to find out which state most suits you
Feeling what someone else feels isn’t easy, but the brain is wired for it
Generosity, decency, your respect for a square deal—they’re all about neurochemistry
The 3-0 Miami Dolphins are just the latest professional sports team to change their most recognizable symbol—and promptly soar in the standings.