There's new evidence that depression is not just a disorder of the mind.
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By Jenny Grant Rankin Ph.D. on January 19, 2019 in Much More Than Common Core
After 14 years & 240 education clients, Steve Rees weighs in on CA school data.
By Monnica T Williams Ph.D. on January 19, 2019 in Culturally Speaking
Many therapists are afraid to ask the hard questions needed to understand the experience and impact of racial discrimination. Learn a new approach for critical dialogues.
By Ari Tuckman PsyD, CST on January 19, 2019 in Sex Matters
No matter how clear you are about your own sexual preferences, that doesn't make them somehow better than anyone else's.
By Bella DePaulo Ph.D. on January 19, 2019 in Living Single
Singles are more satisfied with their lives today than a few decades ago, and singles get more satisfied with age. Having a partner isn’t very relevant to feeling lonely anymore.
By Christopher Badcock Ph.D. on January 19, 2019 in The Imprinted Brain
The whole controversial issue of racial and ethnic identity is being transformed by individuals having access to their personal DNA data.
By Deborah Reber on January 18, 2019 in Differently Wired
To raise differently children who will successfully launch, it's critical that we focus our energy on helping them know who they are, how they think, and what they need.
By Cami Rosso on January 18, 2019 in The Future Brain
How does quantum physics and artificial intelligence impact humanity's future? First commercial quantum computer unveiled in January 2019 at CES.
By Elesa Zehndorfer Ph.D. on January 18, 2019 in Political Animals and Animal Spirits
Record levels of partisanship have contributed to the longest government shutdown in US history. Here's the science behind partisanship and what it means for politics.
By Suzanne Degges-White Ph.D. on January 18, 2019 in Lifetime Connections
Everywhere you look, it seems that some celebrity’s infidelity is being exposed to the masses. No matter what a couple’s resources might be, monogamy and fidelity can't be bought.
By Alice Boyes Ph.D. on January 18, 2019 in In Practice
18 skills and mindsets that make being tidy and organized easier.
By Wendy Jones, Ph.D. on January 18, 2019 in Intersubjective
Want to know about psychopaths? Read Jane Austen.
By Jenny Grant Rankin Ph.D. on January 18, 2019 in Much More Than Common Core
After 14 years and 240 education clients, Steve Rees weighs in on California's school data system.
By Madelyn Blair Ph.D. on January 18, 2019 in Resilient Leadership
New questions can force new answers that must draw from everything we know. Thinking is essential.
By Dawn Kingston Ph.D. on January 18, 2019 in The Pregnant Pause
How do you know what your emotional strengths are? Here is a quick self-assessment that you can do to evaluate your own emotional strengths.
By David Fryburg M.D. on January 18, 2019 in The Science of Kindness
Why do kind people live longer? Learn more about the research-backed benefits of kindness.
By Seth J. Gillihan Ph.D. on January 18, 2019 in Think, Act, Be
It's not easy to go to bed and wake up earlier. Here are 5 tips that can help.
By Michele Kerulis Ed.D. on January 18, 2019 in Sporting Moments
Is winter wearing you out? Try carving ice sculptures! (Chainsaw not included).
By Jennifer Baker Ph.D. on January 18, 2019 in For the Love of Wisdom
Is it outrageous to suggest that masculinity is something that comes in degrees, and ought to be assessed in terms of the good?
By Meaghan Mobbs on January 18, 2019 in The Debrief
Are APA’s new guidelines for psychological practice with boys and men doing more harm than good?
By Lydia Denworth on January 18, 2019 in Brain Waves
Faced with a risky decision? An unusual new study reveals the push and pull that takes place in the brain as you weigh your options.
By Karen Arluck LCSW on January 18, 2019 in Ask The Therapist
People often assume that all narcissists are inherently able to know just how to emotionally torture the people around them. The reality is much more complicated.
By Stanton Peele Ph.D. on January 18, 2019 in Addiction in Society
Is lying to your doctor about your drinking a criterion for alcoholism? If so, I'm guilty.
By Ugo Uche on January 18, 2019 in Promoting Empathy With Your Teen
For a parent to help a teen become more focused on growth needs, he or she will have to teach the teen how to effectively get their deficiency needs met.
By Heather Widdows Ph.D. on January 18, 2019 in Perfect Me
In a visual and virtual culture, it is not surprising that the body matters, and the body should matter. But it should not matter most.
By James Kuzner Ph.D. on January 18, 2019 in Shakespeare's Love Lessons
Facebook's Ten-Year challenge shows how anxious many of us are about aging. Books can help banish that anxiety.
By Marc Bekoff Ph.D. on January 18, 2019 in Animal Emotions
A recent essay argues the well-being of nonhumans, youth, and future generations—nonhuman and human—have too long been ignored in consensus-based, human-centered conservation.
By Glenn Geher Ph.D. on January 18, 2019 in Darwin's Subterranean World
Impractical Jokers is an outrageous TV show, where all kinds of people are put in uncomfortable and inappropriate situations. Why are we drawn to entertainment of this nature?
By Kirk J. Schneider Ph.D. on January 18, 2019 in Awakening to Awe
Abstract of invited address to the upcoming Second World Congress of Existential Therapy.
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