Do Your Strengths Hold You Back?

Now that change in almost all domains of life is near constant, there's no counting on received wisdom about what is good. All views must be regularly re-examined. By Mary Loftus

Why Do We Cry When We're Happy?

By Jordan Gaines Lewis, Ph.D.
Sad tears. Frustrated tears. Stressed tears. But happy tears?

The impatient versus patient heart

By Aaron Ben-Zeév Ph.D.
It's now or never versus I will patiently wait for you.

The Psychology of Regret

By Melanie Greenberg Ph.D.
Should we live our lives with no regrets as the song tells us to?

Appendage-itis: When You Love Too Much

By Susan Heitler Ph.D.
Do you suffer from a case of excessive empathy, causing you to give too much?

A Better Way to Manage Performance At Work

By Donna Flagg
What if Your Strengths Were Your Weaknesses?

How many people have money saved for a rainy day?

By Ryan T. Howell Ph.D.
Many people do not have $1,000 saved for an emergency.

Pursuing Excellence, Not Perfection

By Barbara Markway Ph.D.
You can meet high standards and still leave room for mistakes.

Confidence: Too Much, Too Little, Just Right

By Loretta G. Breuning Ph.D.
Self-confidence doesn't depend on public approval.

Study Shows That Deception Is Common In Internet Dating

By J. R. Bruns M.D.
Are internet daters revealing their political preferences?

The Wisdom of Wei Wu Wei: Letting Good Things Happen

By Mark D. White Ph.D.
Why too much effort can be self-defeating

The sales ambivert advantage.....

By Ben C. Fletcher D.Phil., Oxon
Being stuck in a personality rut is bad for sales too.

Why Politicians Get Laid More: The Low Road to the High Life

By Stanton Peele
Getting ahead requires some sociopathy.

Are You Too Nice? 7 Ways to Gain Appreciation & Respect

By Preston Ni M.S.B.A.
Are you too nice for your own good? Seven ways to gain appreciation and respect

Maybe You Only Need to Be Good at One Thing

By Bella DePaulo Ph.D.
I have a problem with GPA and other overall evaluations