Evolutionary adaptations resulting from cultural change, such as humans being able to consume dairy products, are more widespread in nature.
Levels of disgust drop in just days when people are exposed to a harsh environment, new research carried out at the St Andrews has found.
A new report on the 2011 London Riots challenges the explanations of the riots given at the time.
Researchers in neurodegenerative conditions will benefit from a new funding pool administered by St Andrews.
An international collaboration involving the University of St Andrews challenges the traditional understanding of why people obey orders.
Golden lion tamarins use unique vocal calls to help their offspring learn valuable life skills, according to new research.
Chimpanzees use others to get what they want, in a similar way to human beings, new research at St Andrews has found.
A team of scientists, led by St Andrews, has shown that wild orangutan mothers utilise a unique vocal phenomenon to warn their offspring.
St Andrews scientists have found that young children use the same gestures as chimpanzees and gorillas.
Male monkeys take it where they can get it, but female vervet monkeys take lessons only from other females.