Fear of Climate Change in Warm Weather

By Andy Tix Ph.D. on February 21, 2017 in The Pursuit of Peace
We may be bearing witness to the dawning of a new human experience, one in which we both enjoy unseasonable warmth and also feel something may be wrong with the climate.

Status in a Group Affects Generosity Toward the Group

By Art Markman Ph.D. on February 21, 2017 in Ulterior Motives
Groups of people naturally form groups that have status hierarchies. How does someone's status affect their generosity toward other group members?

What Happens When Narcissism Turns Malignant

Narcissism is one of the Dark Triad traits that also include psychopathy and Machiavellianism. New research that sadism brings its own unique contribution to the equation.

Geert Hofstede: A Conversation About Culture

By Marianna Pogosyan Ph.D. on February 21, 2017 in Between Cultures
Decades after his pioneering research, Hofstede shares his insights on culture’s role in our lives.

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Malignant Narcissism: Collision of Two Personality Disorders

By Rhonda Freeman Ph.D. on February 22, 2017 in NeuroSagacity
Those who interact with malignant narcissists consider them jealous, petty, thin-skinned, punitive, hateful, cunning, and angry. Given their shallowness, they are not

5 Reasons We Tolerate Bullying Leaders

We have all encountered them at work or seen them in the political arena: Leaders who are essentially bullies. Why do we give bullies such power over us?

Trivia Quiz: How Well Do You Know Psychology’s Pioneers?

When he delivered his now classic book to his publisher, which author apologized that it was a "loathsome, distended, tumefied, bloated, dropsical mass?"

The question that will set you up for failure...every time

By Megan Dalla-Camina on February 21, 2017 in Real Women
Are you always trying to be the best possible version of yourself? Why that's setting you up for failure and what to do about it.

Is Donald Truly Delusional? Part 2

In many instances, we find ample evidence that the facts are not as Mr. Trump insists they are.

Highly Creative People Have Well-Connected Brain Hemispheres

By Christopher Bergland on February 21, 2017 in The Athlete's Way
People who are highly creative have better connectivity between the left and right brain hemispheres, according to a new study by a team of international researchers.

Jonezen Finds His Frequency

By Michael Friedman Ph.D. on February 21, 2017 in Brick by Brick
The music of Christopher Richard Jones – better known as the Hip Hop artist Jonezen – has been connecting.

How X-Men Helped Me Recover from PTSD

By Janina Scarlet Ph.D. on February 21, 2017 in The Real Superheroes
Have you ever felt depressed or anxious? Have you felt alone in these experiences? Connections with people or fictional characters might help us better
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If You Have a “Big Stick” Speaking Softly Is Natural

By Steven Berglas Ph.D. on February 21, 2017 in Executive Ego
Ever wonder why rabble rousers act as they do? Here's why...

The Psychological Roots of Our Current Hypocrisy Epidemic

By Jeremy E Sherman Ph.D. on February 21, 2017 in Ambigamy
We find it hard anxious work to seek the wisdom to know the difference between what to constrain and what to set free. Hypocrisy is the easy alternative to that hard work.

The Charter vs. Public School Fight

By The Research Lab on February 21, 2017 in The Fundamentals
We all lose when we pit one against the other. By Cynthia Franklin, Ph.D.

Dancing With Each Other's Shadow (Part II)

By Gregg Henriques Ph.D. on February 21, 2017 in Theory of Knowledge
This blog applies the concept of the shadow to a couple who would frequently get into conflicts.

Can You See Your Shadow?

By Gregg Henriques Ph.D. on February 21, 2017 in Theory of Knowledge
The personal shadow is the dark side of one's self-consciousness system. It is often easier to see in others than in ourselves.

Life Skills to Have Before Starting Kindergarten

By Kyle D. Pruett M.D. on February 21, 2017 in Once Upon a Child
Life skills are ways we learn, through experience and teaching, to manage our behavior in and outside of our families.
Eating Anger
Eating Anger
The Poison Tendrils of Negative Emotions
The Poison Tendrils of Negative Emotions
Do Your Trees Keep You From Recognizing Your Forest?
The Forest From the Trees
A Sure-Fire Way to Silence Your Inner Critic
Silence Your Inner Critic

Living Through Highly Emotional Times

By Marcia Eckerd Ph.D. on February 21, 2017 in People Skills
We're living in tumultuous times of emotional turmoil. It's possible to find an oasis of calm.
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Do You Contribute to Your Own Depression?

By Gerry Heisler Ph.D. on February 21, 2017 in Relationship Boot Camp
How many of these seven depression-generating factors apply to you?

Why Is It So Difficult to Stop Obsessing About Your Child?

By Meredith Resnick L.C.S.W. on February 21, 2017 in Adoption Stories
Do you obsess about your child? Is it wearing you out?
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How to Stop Criticizing Your Appearance

By Tara Well Ph.D. on February 21, 2017 in The Clarity
Feeling critical when you look in the mirror? Try this to become more accepting.
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5 New, Short Mindfulness Activities

By Ryan M. Niemiec Psy.D. on February 21, 2017 in What Matters Most?
One of the most popular mindfulness activities is referred to as "the mindful pause." Now, there are 5 variations for using this popular practice!

Ten Ways to Ruin a Conference

By Sherry Hamby Ph.D. on February 21, 2017 in The Web of Violence
The secrets for hosting a truly boring meeting, with minimal learning or networking.

How I Learned to Stop Lying

By Jennifer Haupt on February 21, 2017 in One True Thing
I couldn’t tolerate even one person knowing what had happened to me — even my therapist. The shame was crippling.

Preschool, Nanny, Parental Care, Daycare? What’s Best?

For the most part, when parents are warm, nurturing, responsive, and engaged, their children thrive. Family life is what matters most to a young child’s development.

Be Responsible For Your Relationships

By Barton Goldsmith Ph.D. on February 21, 2017 in Emotional Fitness
We are 100 percent responsible for our relationships. We create them in our minds and hearts, and we have a hand in the twists and turns they take.

Post Election Stress Disorder: Is It a Thing?

The APA just released their Stress in America survey. Results suggest we are stressed out, especially over politics. Perhaps Post Election Stress Disorder is a thing after all!

Emotional Strength in Uncertain Times

In this era of malignant ignorance and weaponized incompetence in high places, use the Stockdale paradox to develop emotional strength.
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Do You Hate to Rush?

By Gretchen Rubin on February 21, 2017 in The Happiness Project
By figuring out easy, quick ways to make it faster to head out the door, we can give ourselves a bigger margin of time.

5 Things That May Be Contributing To Your Low Sexual Desire

By Sarah Hunter Murray Ph.D. on February 21, 2017 in Myths of Desire
Are you experiencing low or decreased sexual desire? Before assuming something is "wrong" with you, consider these five things.

9 Ways of Being Stuck

By Elizabeth Wagele on February 21, 2017 in The Career Within You
He enjoyed roaming the land and meeting different folks. It intrigued him that the others were finding out who they were and what made them tick.

Beware Of Anger

By Rick Hanson Ph.D. on February 21, 2017 in Your Wise Brain
In small and passing quantities, anger can be like medicine, but in large and lasting quantities it poisons the mind and relationships.