Woman Arrested for Slagging Off an Ambulance

An angry woman has been arrested for allegedly shouting at a paramedic crew and leaving an aggressive note on the windscreen of an ambulance parked near her house, in which she warned the driver of the "van" that they had no right to be parked where they were parked. Read More >>

Social Media Hate Map Pinpoints the UK’s Angriest Towns

A charity concerned with online bullying and general hate speak has ironically slagged off a few UK towns and regions, claiming that Northamptonshire is the place that sees the most online misogyny. Congratulations! Or maybe not. Read More >>

People With Anger Disorder May Have More Trouble Processing Social Cues

The stereotype concerning someone with anger issues is that they just have bad impulse control. You joke that they haven’t slept in a week, they start screaming. But it may be that people blow up not because they can’t hold in their feelings, but because of poor social processing that makes them think your sleep comment was actually you telling them they’re completely incompetent. Read More >>

Why We Become Such Arseholes When We’re Behind the Wheel

We all like to criticise the driving habits of others, but let’s face it — we’re all guilty of doing some pretty stupid and selfish things on the road from time to time. Here’s why it happens and what you need to do to keep your cool. Read More >>

Mouse Sensors Might Stop You Rage-browsing

Researchers looking into how we behave online suggest that tracking mouse movement might be the key to keeping people happy. Read More >>

Are Modern Society’s Woes Caused by Angrier Lego Men?

The once cheerful little Lego men are suffering from some sort of modern angst, with a survey of the facial expressions of the little plastic people finding they're angrier and snarlier than they were in the olden days. Are they turning our kids into raging monsters? Read More >>

Men With Agressive Faces Are Secretly Selfless

Looks can be deceptive. If you want some proof, consider a new study which analyses the actions of aggressive-looking males. Turns out, men with angry, violent faces are actually far more likely to makes sacrifices for their close friends. Read More >>