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A Novel Trial for Pediatric Bipolar Disorder

The failure of children diagnosed with bipolar disorder to respond to lamotrigine as adolescents and adults...

Worshipping Ancestors, Resenting Parents

By Mark Borigini M.D. on February 07, 2016 in Overcoming Pain
In fact, one in two Chinese-American adults experience symptoms of depression and anxiety as a result of caring for elderly parents, according to a report on filial piety.

When You're Hot, You're Hot

By Wendy Lustbader M.S.W. on February 07, 2016 in Life Gets Better
Living at the mercy of a hot temper is miserable for everyone.

How Easy/Hard Is It For Us To Trust?

By Po Chi Wu Ph.D. on February 07, 2016 in Jacob's Staff
What contributes to distrust in society? What happens to innovation when distrust prevails? What changes might we have to make to inspire a positive vision of the future?

Do Learning Styles Determine Grades?

By Tracy P Alloway Ph.D. on February 07, 2016 in Keep It in Mind
Do Learning Styles Predict Grades?

Struggling in Your Love? Take This Toxic Relationship Quiz!

Take this quiz to see how toxic thoughts may be impacting your relationship.

Claudia Gold on The Silenced Child

the future of mental health interview series continues with Claudia Gold on The Silenced Child.

Why You Should Cuddle Your Kids: Adult Health and Morality

By Darcia Narvaez Ph.D. on February 07, 2016 in Moral Landscapes
Did you receive affection, play freely and feel supported in childhood?
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The Heart Wants What It Wants. But Do You Have to Follow It?

Sometimes listening to your heart can be a recipe for heartbreak.

The Green Effect of Hollywood’s Diversity Problem

Hollywood's diversity problem is making headlines this awards season. Tinseltown's whiteout isn't telling us everything we need to know about race in America.

The Science of Slow Deep Breathing

Are you having a stressful day? Take a deep breath. Learn about the surprising science behind this age-old recommendation and why it may be better advice than you might think.

Hey CDC, You Forgot About Dads!

By Darby Saxbe Ph.D. on February 07, 2016 in Home Base
It's important to protect infants from alcohol exposure. But it's not the sole responsibility of women.
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Is Our Childhood Really to Blame for Everything?

In which the author explains why looking at your childhood issues is the responsible thing to do for yourself and those who love you.
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These Crimes Are Not for Sensitive Ears

By Katherine Ramsland Ph.D. on February 07, 2016 in Shadow Boxing
New book in a series about Canadian crimes revives interest in psychopathic child killer from 1950s.

What is Your Partner’s Relationship Attachment Style?

In romantic relationship, most couples have degrees of four attachment styles. What are yours and your partner's?

Feelings are Facts

A feeling is not right or wrong. It just is. Feelings are facts.

Does Psychology Explain North Korea's Recent Missile Launch?

...the essential psychology of small states' nuclear proliferation is completely different from the 'second strike' deterrence that pertained between the US and the Soviet Union...

Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Single Life

By Bella DePaulo Ph.D. on February 07, 2016 in Living Single
What would you like to know about single people or single life? You will probably find answers here.

5 Ways to Reduce Your—"I've Fallen and I Can't Get Up!"—Risk

By Christopher Bergland on February 07, 2016 in The Athlete's Way
Do you know someone who suffered a serious fall that lead to a downward spiral? It happens everyday. For some simple tips on how-to avoid injury from a slip or fall read this.

Terror

By Marty Nemko Ph.D. on February 07, 2016 in How To Do Life
A short-short story about a person with generalized anxiety disorder.

Turning “Inside Out” inside out.

By David F Lancy Ph.D. on February 07, 2016 in Benign Neglect
Should we take comfort from the blockbuster film Inside Out or is it a prophesy of bad things to come?

Why Grit Isn't Always Good for You

Although grit is usually associated with success, new research explains the potential downside of having too much tenacity.

Rethinking the Whole Burrito

By Yael Schonbrun Ph.D. on February 06, 2016 in Moderating
Could half a burrito bring you happiness?

How Parents Can Avoid Mood Matching

By Erin Leyba LCSW, Ph.D. on February 06, 2016 in Joyful Parenting
Here are a few ways to avoid “mood matching” when your little one is having a tough time.

Where Did My Time Go?!

By Goal Auzeen Saedi Ph.D. on February 06, 2016 in Millennial Media
Losing time and getting stressed? A remarkably simple formula looking at three basic factors can help make your days more efficient and joyous.

Does Your College Student Need Financial First Aid?

By Marcia Morris M.D. on February 06, 2016 in College Wellness
College student debt tops 1.2 trillion dollars.

Don't Stop Music Learning

By Kimberly Sena Moore Ph.D. on February 06, 2016 in Your Musical Self
I'm a big believer in the key role music and the arts have for a child. Which child might benefit the most? Perhaps it's the ones who struggle the most.

Robert Stolorow on Emotional Trauma and Psychoanalysis

the future of mental health interview series continues with Robert Stolorow on emotional trauma and psychoanalysis

Attention Residue and the Pandora Pomdoro

When you’re doing 8 or 9 things at once you’re a certain kind of powerful, but when you do just one thing for a focused period of time, you’re incredibly powerful.

How are you...really?

By Sheila Weinstein on February 06, 2016 in What Do I Do Now?
Do you really want to hear the answer when you ask someone how they are?