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By Michelle Braun Ph.D., ABPP-CN on November 16, 2019 in High Octane Brain
Is subjective age an internal barometer of brain health?
By Arash Emamzadeh on November 16, 2019 in Finding a New Home
A new study identifies three clusters of tactics that people use to hold on to their romantic partners.
By Jonas Dora MSc on November 15, 2019 in On Human Decision-Making
Many times throughout a day, we feel fatigued. But what does that mean exactly? And can we prevent or delay it?
By Alexander Danvers Ph.D. on November 15, 2019 in How Do You Know?
Making sense of what led an inter-generational put-down to become a viral sensation—using moral psychology and relationship science.
By Moses Ma on November 16, 2019 in The Tao of Innovation
The Physical Internet is a crazy notion to model the physical world of shipping and transport after the virtual world, to completely rethink shipping and logistics.
By Dan Bates, LMHC, MAML on November 16, 2019 in Mental Health Nerd
Depression can make you feel like you've lost your loved one. Recovery is not a sprint, it's a marathon. So, better for you to be prepared and run the marathon as best you can.
By Sean Grover L.C.S.W. on November 16, 2019 in When Kids Call the Shots
Grief can open the door to a more meaningful existence.
By Po Chi Wu Ph.D. on November 16, 2019 in Jacob's Staff
Leadership styles must adapt to changing conditions and objectives. What is needed to guide and support high-performing teams of knowledge workers in the 21st century?
By Jessica Pierce Ph.D. on November 16, 2019 in All Dogs Go to Heaven
There are no guidelines for cat owners outlining how long a cat can be left home alone without compromising the cat's welfare.
By Neel Burton M.D. on November 16, 2019 in Hide and Seek
To be happy on our own is the highest form of freedom.
By Suzanne Gelb Ph.D., J.D. on November 16, 2019 in All Grown Up
Does your family tend to gain weight during the holiday season? It's never too late to try to turn things around.
By Seth J. Gillihan Ph.D. on November 16, 2019 in Think, Act, Be
This simple stimulus has surprisingly powerful effects on a wide range of outcomes, including anxiety, sleep, and meditative states.
By Preston Ni M.S.B.A. on November 16, 2019 in Communication Success
How to slow your speaking rate to sound more composed.
By Marilyn Wedge Ph.D. on November 16, 2019 in Suffer the Children
Stress in the family can appear as anxiety, panic attacks, and even physical symptoms like vomiting.
By Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D. on November 16, 2019 in Fulfillment at Any Age
Maintaining interpersonal space is a key feature of social interactions. New research on height and personal space shows what might lead the crowders to crowd yours.
By Wendy L. Patrick, Ph.D. on November 16, 2019 in Why Bad Looks Good
The research behind why people should not text after drinking.
By Marty Nemko Ph.D. on November 16, 2019 in How To Do Life
Triggers for major changes such as dropping a bad habit.
By Roni Beth Tower Ph.D., ABPP on November 15, 2019 in Life, Refracted
Interviews with mature adults and professional researchers in newspapers, magazine articles, and refereed journals show that attitudes toward sex in later life are expanding.
By Suzanne Gelb Ph.D., J.D. on November 15, 2019 in All Grown Up
Are you navigating a breakup with someone and hoping to be “just friends” afterward? Part four of this series offers insight and hope.
By Ellen Kirschman Ph.D. on November 15, 2019 in Cop Doc
The fictional Inspector Armand Gamache has a lot to teach cops and the rest of us about leadership. His four steps to wisdom (plus one of my own) are all you need to know.
By Gleb Tsipursky Ph.D. on November 15, 2019 in Intentional Insights
Planning is a bad idea. Here's a better way to protect your future.
By The Psychology of Radical Healing Collective on November 15, 2019 in Healing through Social Justice
Five ways to practice radical self-care in the face of mounting racial stress
By Benjamin Mitchell-Yellin, Ph.D. on November 15, 2019 in Life, Death, and the Self
Are we more likely to associate men with reason and women with emotion? A recent set of studies suggests that we are.
By Alicia H. Clark Psy.D. on November 15, 2019 in Hack Your Anxiety
Having our buttons pushed can be confusing and painful. Here's what you need to know about overreactions and triggers, and what you can do to take back control.
By Michael Castleman M.A. on November 15, 2019 in All About Sex
Threesomes, swinging, group sex, polyamory—participation in consensual non-monogamy is growing, especially among young adults.
By Katie Hurley, LCSW on November 15, 2019 in Worry-Free Kids
The latest school shooting is one more example of collective trauma among youth and a stark reminder that kids and teens need more support in coping with anxiety.
By John A. Nelson, Psy.D., M.Div. on November 15, 2019 in Are We There Yet?
Incorporating gratitude practices can significantly improve one’s well-being.
By Joanne Bagshaw Ph.D. on November 15, 2019 in The Third Wave
Women are underrepresented in presidential debates, and it matters.
By Sara Gorman, Ph.D., MPH, and Jack M. Gorman, MD on November 15, 2019 in Denying to the Grave
In the evolving case of tragic deaths due to vaping, do we understand whether all e-cigarettes are to blame? Analysis of the evidence thus far suggests there are many unknowns.
By Robert J King Ph.D. on November 15, 2019 in Hive Mind
The kids of today are no dumber or more disrespectful than they've always been. A recent study explains why we keep thinking that the youth are getting worse.
By Randi Gunther Ph.D. on November 15, 2019 in Rediscovering Love
Are both partners willing to look honestly at their own contributions to what’s gone wrong?
By Ronald E Riggio Ph.D. on November 15, 2019 in Cutting-Edge Leadership
What is the single most important quality leaders of the future need to succeed?
By David Rettew M.D. on November 15, 2019 in ABCs of Child Psychiatry
“Behavioral” approaches to children who act up and become dysregulated are steadily being replaced by more “trauma-informed” models. Are we losing some good tools in the process?
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