The epidemic of violence and death associated with Mexico's drug war is destroying the lives of many people caught in the middle.
The new documentary stars two autistic friends who travel around the world, meet other autistic people and advocate for autism rights.
The recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan is taking a psychological toll, but it could also help bring the country together.
A psychologist looks into what makes people happy. He finds that people should be thankful for what they've got.
Suicide bombers aren't the crazed, religious nuts we usually think they are; instead they are created by psychological conditioning.
A study that linked vaccines to autism was recently retracted -- sorting out the facts from fiction of autism.
Historian Richard Schoch calls on a few great minds to help us think differently about what really brings us happiness.
The myth and the truth behind great creativity and mental illness, and what research reveals about Virginia Woolf, Edvard Munch and others.
The truth behind the right-brain-left-brain debate, and how the ubiquitous bit of pop science wisdom came about.
Join an online discussion with Jonah Lehrer on making decisions -- from picking a breakfast cereal to choosing a mate.