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By Michael Friedman Ph.D. on October 27, 2021 in Brick by Brick
Jerry Cantrell of Alice In Chains talks about overcoming obstacles and pursuing our purpose by finding a community of like-minded individuals that share in our dreams.
By Thomas R. Verny M.D. on October 27, 2021 in Explorations of the Mind
Considering the important part that the “the thoughtful bowel” plays in our behavior and thinking, when somebody says, “I had this gut feeling,” don’t reflexly discount it.
By Elizabeth J. Meyer Ph.D. on October 27, 2021 in Gender and Schooling
Students coming out at school raises questions about who needs to know? Do schools notify families? Here are three things to consider for LGBTQ students and their teachers.
By Nigel Barber Ph.D. on October 27, 2021 in The Human Beast
Is criticism of Facebook, and other social media, a case of the paranoia that greets all new technologies, or is there genuine cause for concern?
By George S. Everly, Jr. PhD, ABPP, FACLP on October 27, 2021 in When Disaster Strikes: Inside Disaster Psychology
The holidays are the gift you've been waiting for, but not in the way you might think.
By Temma Ehrenfeld on October 27, 2021 in Open Gently
You can out-think other people if you learn to avoid everyday mistakes.
By Barbara Greenberg Ph.D. on October 27, 2021 in The Teen Doctor
There is something clinicians must be aware of when dealing with eating issues.
By Mark Travers Ph.D. on October 27, 2021 in Social Instincts
Researchers explore the connection between sleep problems and too much exercise.
By Leon F. Seltzer Ph.D. on October 27, 2021 in Evolution of the Self
IQ tests fail to assess how prudently an individual can process information and how well they can overcome cognitive biases impairing their judgment.
By Nancy Colier LCSW, Rev. on October 27, 2021 in Inviting a Monkey to Tea
Have you ever been stuck in a toxic thought loop? There is a way out.
By Mike Brooks Ph.D. on October 27, 2021 in Tech Happy Life
It is easy to believe in fake news, lies, and conspiracy theories even in the "Information Age." We should strive to be more humble.
By Marisa T. Cohen Ph.D., CPLC on October 27, 2021 in Finding Love: The Scientific Take
The end of a relationship can be very painful. Researchers have examined the emotions reported and the story that is told in its aftermath.
By Robert Taibbi L.C.S.W. on October 27, 2021 in Fixing Families
Attention deficit disorder in adults is different than that in children and teens.
By Marisa Franco Ph.D. on October 27, 2021 in Platonic Love
Is working from home making you lonely? Here are five ways to make work friends when WFH.
By Elizabeth Dixon, LISW-CP on October 27, 2021 in The Flourishing Family
Addressing the impacts of poverty in infancy may promote positive cascading effects, influencing not only the child's development but future generations to come.
By Ian Jenkins M.D. on October 27, 2021 in For Better or for Worse
It was just another shift at the jail clinic, until I met a man with a life-threatening complication due to woefully inadequate care.
By Christopher Bergland on October 27, 2021 in The Athlete's Way
New research shows how not getting enough sleep throws off people's motor control and coordination.
By Bella DePaulo Ph.D. on October 27, 2021 in Living Single
Single women who watched more TV shows and movies with romantic themes felt more fearful about being single. It was different for single men.
By Tony Evans Ph.D. on October 27, 2021 in Trust Games
Workers around the world are debating whether to change their careers. Research suggests you shouldn't settle too quickly for the status quo.
By Marty Nemko Ph.D. on October 27, 2021 in How To Do Life
Feeling content may be an even more worthy goal than happiness.
By Jeremy E. Sherman Ph.D., MPP on October 27, 2021 in Ambigamy
To be a more critical thinker, get good at spotting the rhetorical pandering in arguments that you support.
By Barton Goldsmith Ph.D. on October 27, 2021 in Emotional Fitness
Simple, absorbing activities are good therapy and will ensure that well-being remains a constant companion.
By Lidewij Niezink, Ph.D., and Katherine Train, Ph.D. on October 27, 2021 in Empathic Intervision
Wondering whether to continue with online meetings? A few adjustments can help you take advantage of the benefits and overcome some drawbacks.
By Denise Winn on October 27, 2021 in Helping Humanity Thrive
Why listening isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
By Phil Reed D.Phil. on October 27, 2021 in Digital World, Real World
The motivation behind development of the metaverse is unclear, but research evidence suggests likely negative outcomes for mental health.
By Gurit E. Birnbaum, Ph.D. on October 27, 2021 in Intimately Connected
What are the broader implications of having certain sexual fantasies?
By Diana Hill, Ph.D. on October 27, 2021 in From Striving to Thriving
Most everyone avoids discomfort but sometimes avoiding makes things worse.
By Coltan Scrivner on October 26, 2021 in Morbid Minds
Why would a movie meant to make you feel anxious actually help you cope with anxiety? It's all about practice.
By Melissa A. Wheeler Ph.D. on October 26, 2021 in Ethically Speaking
Is the style of academic psychology writing subject to current trends and conventions? Recent research shows it has become more confident and less formal over time.
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