Men and women's minds really do work differently -- but not on everything.
Psychology Today Magazine
Talk show therapy
Convicted sex offender Alan X. turns a laser-sharp eye on himself.
A visit with America's real reality TV show, "The Simpsons."
Purge that in-box and get on with life.
Science is reshaping the way we think about the older body, memory, and sex drive.
Simple steps to develop social confidence.
The (relatively) irrational fears we all hold and the reasons why we hold them.
Why we react to the suffering of others.
Sleeping in two homes may cause attachment problems.
Why some sports fans go out of control.
School district structure and high school drop-out rates.
Personality traits offer clues to nightmares.
The symptoms of drug withdrawal confused with relapse.
Why one restores and the other destroys our mental health.
Friendship is like food. We need it to survive.
Men want sex and women want to talk.
Expressing anger is not necessarily good for you.
Is your kid sacrificing his health in pursuit of that A+?
Cell phone use is only one of many in-car distractions.
The consequences of depression during adolescence.
Will he ever change?
Doctors who express their feelings give better care.
You live longer when you give.
A smile a day may keep the doctor away.
How to keep depression from spreading through your family.
Eating the right foods can help keep your energy up.
Depression costs companies billions.
New technology may avert seizures.
Take charge of your life and fight depression.
The difference between the activists and the do-nothings.
Females are twice as likely as males to be depressed.
When are you finally free of depression?
Low-blood pressure can keep memory and spirit strong.
How insomnia can actually unleash depression.
Taking the blame for your partner's bad mood.
The many reasons fruits and vegetables are good for you.