Latest Boredom Stories
Researchers have detailed a fifth type of boredom and developed a description for this emotion.
A research team from the University of Guelph has been investigating the boredom of captive animals. Their findings, published in PLOS ONE, are the first to empirically demonstrate boredom in confined animals.
Military drone pilots might find their job more interesting if they have some type of distraction, according to a new study.
This gives new meaning to the complaint “I’m bored” — literally.
Psychologists from Surrey University say that men who are flirting with a female while at work do so out of boredom, according to a report by The Telegraph.
American researchers say they’ve developed educational software capable of sensing and responding to the emotional state of its pupils.
According to new scientific research, boredom could actually kill you.
A team of U.S. researchers has concluded that problems don't hurt a marriage, but dullness -- being in a rut -- does. Irene Tsapelas and Arthur Aron of Stony Brook University and University of Michigan researcher Terri Orbuch interviewed a representative U.S.
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