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By Kentaro Toyama, Ph.D. on October 15, 2018 in Geek Heretic
What's the secret to high-performance teamwork? A surprisingly simple trick anyone can put into use improves teamwork online and offline.
By Rebecca S. Heiss Ph.D. on October 15, 2018 in Psych-illogical
How can women break through in a culture that consistently disempowers females? First, check how what you say may change how others see you.
By Utpal Dholakia Ph.D. on October 15, 2018 in The Science Behind Behavior
The answer lies in three levels of selection that occurs during the immigration process to the United States.
By Marc Bekoff Ph.D. on October 14, 2018 in Animal Emotions
Many people interested in dogs also are interested in how artificial selection will give way to different forms of natural selection when "reverse engineering" occurs without us.
By Glenn Geher Ph.D. on October 15, 2018 in Darwin's Subterranean World
When it comes to parenting, there is something to be said for drawing boundaries. On the other hand, there is something to be said for saying YES!
By Arash Emamzadeh on October 15, 2018 in Finding a New Home
New research shows that women whose male romantic partners are supportive of their autonomy, are more likely to eat healthy and lose weight.
By Gina Barreca Ph.D. on October 15, 2018 in Snow White Doesn't Live Here Anymore
To those who accuse me of elitism, I'll borrow the words of Inigo Montoya from “The Princess Bride”: “You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means."
By Nancy Ancowitz on October 15, 2018 in Self-Promotion for Introverts
How can you sell well using your quiet strengths? Matthew Pollard’s new book, The Introvert’s Edge, offers myth-busting insights and tips to help you excel at sales.
By Romeo Vitelli Ph.D. on October 15, 2018 in Media Spotlight
A new research study provides the most up-to-date conclusions about the long-term psychological impact of 9/11.
By Stanton Peele Ph.D. on October 15, 2018 in Addiction in Society
As we tackle suicide, it grows worse. Could we be approaching it incorrectly?
By Marilyn Wedge Ph.D. on October 15, 2018 in Suffer the Children
Can dietary interventions help children with autism?
By Karyl McBride Ph.D. on October 15, 2018 in The Legacy of Distorted Love
Divorcing a narcissist, this will not be your normal break-up…
By Adi Jaffe Ph.D. on October 15, 2018 in All About Addiction
There is so much contradictory information about alcohol's impact on health and yet, it is one of the leading causes of death in the U.S. What is a drinker to do?
By Michael Karson Ph.D., J.D. on October 15, 2018 in Feeling Our Way
Power signals among men—and the regular guys caught in the middle.
By Randi Gunther Ph.D. on October 15, 2018 in Rediscovering Love
Many committed couples come into therapy concerned that the magic of their early love is waning, and wanting to know what they can do to reignite it.
By Jessica Pierce Ph.D. on October 15, 2018 in All Dogs Go to Heaven
Many pet owners use loss of appetite as a decision-point for euthanizing an animal. Is this wise?
By Victor Lipman on October 15, 2018 in Mind of the Manager
Despite their importance to an organization, new managers are often thrown into a job with little or no training.
By Erin Leonard Ph.D. on October 15, 2018 in Peaceful Parenting
Does a conflict with your partner leave you feeling like you are in the twilight zone? Is their version of reality completely different from yours? There may be a reason.
There is much we can to do improve pet owner judgments about companion animal quality of life.
By Art Markman Ph.D. on October 15, 2018 in Ulterior Motives
When you take on a leadership role, there are many different goals you are probably trying to pursue such as being respected or being liked.
By Imi Lo on October 15, 2018 in Living with Emotional Intensity
Sometimes, we can't help but act out of unrealistic demands and projections. When our partner disappoints us, the situation provides valuable information.
By Carl E Pickhardt Ph.D. on October 15, 2018 in Surviving (Your Child's) Adolescence
Persistent adolescent lying is not only hard on parents at the time, it creates problems for the teenager now and later.
By Rick Hanson Ph.D. on October 15, 2018 in Your Wise Brain
If you pour cold water over your hopes and dreams, you’ll never know the warmth and light that might spread if you’d let them catch fire.
By Mridu Khullar Relph on October 15, 2018 in Culturally Incorrect
I can’t ensure that my work will be successful, but I can ensure that I do everything in my power to make it the very best that it can be. And that starts with the writing.
By Bella DePaulo Ph.D. on October 15, 2018 in Living Single
Many are frightened by the rise of single people and all the freedom they have. Here’s why they shouldn’t be.
By Brenda Todd, Ph.D. on October 15, 2018 in Thoughtful Parent, Stable Child
How would you hold a newborn baby? Does it matter if you are holding at the left or right side of your body? It may be more important than you think.
By Francois Grosjean Ph.D. on October 15, 2018 in Life as a Bilingual
The cult Israeli TV show Fauda offers surprising answers to the perennial question: Can adults ever pass for native speakers of a language they weren’t born into?
By Jessica Alleva Ph.D. on October 15, 2018 in Mind Your Body
New research sheds light on positive body image in men, and looks at whether there are differences between heterosexual vs. sexual minority men and, if so, why.
By Christopher Lane Ph.D. on October 15, 2018 in Side Effects
A new survey of withdrawal from psychiatric drugs points to symptoms that are often incapacitating but poorly understood by those prescribing.
By Deborah L. Davis Ph.D. on October 14, 2018 in Laugh, Cry, Live
October is Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Month; the 15th is the International Remembrance Day, observed with "a wave of light". Here's how to offer support to bereaved parents.
By Cami Rosso on October 14, 2018 in The Future Brain
Innovative MIT study discovered a way for AI to detect depression in individuals through identifying patterns in natural human conversation.
By Bryna Siegel Ph.D. on October 14, 2018 in The Politics of Autism
Educational inclusion of special education pupils with autism should be recognized as a method--not a civil right. When is it the right method?
By Jeffrey Bernstein Ph.D. on October 14, 2018 in Liking the Child You Love
Getting out of the guilt trap is a must for parents of adult children who struggle.
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