Which TV Show Did You Fill Your DVR With, But Never Actually Watch?

Life is short. And television is endless. Nobody has time to watch all the great shows that are on TV. The road to your DVR is paved with good intentions. But which show did you really, really mean to watch... but instead, it just filled your DVR with unseen episodes? » 9/25/14 2:00pm 9/25/14 2:00pm

The Messed-Up Experiment Meant To Induce Crippling Guilt In Children

Do you know when children start to feel guilt? Scientists at the University of Iowa do, because of this little experiment. They gave children a toy, told them that the toy was very special to them, and asked the child to be extremely careful with it. Then the toy broke. » 7/17/14 7:20am 7/17/14 7:20am

What's The Difference Between Guilt And Shame?

Shame and guilt are often used interchangeably, but they're not the same. There are people who are prone to guilt, and people who are prone to shame, and there are major psychological differences between the two groups. So what's the difference? » 7/15/14 7:40am 7/15/14 7:40am

Do animals feel guilt?

When your dog looks at you with those big sad eyes, is he guilty or is he just aware that you're angry with him? And can animals, on their own, develop a sense of guilt for what they do to other animals? We take a look at a few experiments that examine these questions. » 10/14/12 8:00am 10/14/12 8:00am

Welcome To The Summer Of White Guilt

As we lurch into the slow-motion hysteria of the summer election season, movies aren't serving up the pure escapist crack we depend on them for. Instead, almost every movie stars a tormented Gen-X or Baby Boomer white guy, who's trying to atone for using his power to make the world a worse place. Welcome to the summer… » 6/04/08 10:20am 6/04/08 10:20am