People who received the same vague, general statements about their personality (they were told it was based on a test) consistently rated the statements as accurate. This was true even though the personality descriptions were very vague and could match a wide range of people.
When treated unfairly, six-year-old children punished the perpetrator more harshly if they were an 'outsider' to the child's social group, displaying an 'in-group bias'. By age eight, children punished 'insiders' and 'outsiders' more similarly, demonstrating less of this bias.
People who move to their ancestral nations adjust better if they identify strongly with that nation's culture.
Peanut and nut intake is associated with lower risk of death from respiratory disease, neurodegenerative disease, diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular diseases, likely because nut intake is indicative of a healthier overall diet.
For employees with flexible work hours, managers rated the job performance of those who got an early start higher than those who got in and stayed late (no matter how many hours they worked in total or how well they did their jobs).
At a glance, women wearing makeup were perceived to be more attractive, competent, likeable, and trustworthy.
Across many species, eyelashes grow to an ideal length to divert airflow from around the eye. Long fake eyelashes may increase the amount of airflow (and dust) that reaches the eye.