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By The Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research on December 18, 2018 in Evidence-Based Living
There’s an expansive body of evidence that demonstrates the benefits of older adults’ wisdom and the value of fostering communication across generations.
By Mylea Charvat, Ph.D. on December 18, 2018 in The Fifth Vital Sign
You don't need a STEM degree to have high scientific literacy. You just need to know what to look for in a scientific article.
By Gwendolyn Seidman Ph.D. on December 18, 2018 in Close Encounters
A recent study examines the extent to which five different factors explain why we like individuals who are similar to us.
By Barbara J. Risman Ph.D. on December 17, 2018 in Gender Questions?
In our new research, we found good news about American's attitudes towards equality. We've come a long way, baby. Why doesn't anyone want to hear?
By Ryan M. Niemiec Psy.D. on December 18, 2018 in What Matters Most?
From time to time, we all make mistakes, have lapses in judgment, and make problems worse. What is our best course of action? Here are 3 steps toward strengths redemption.
By Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D. on December 18, 2018 in Fulfillment at Any Age
Personality disorders are increasingly being understood as dimensions, not types. New research shows the importance of this perspective for borderline personality disorder.
By Barton Goldsmith Ph.D. on December 18, 2018 in Emotional Fitness
Hard work, lucky breaks, and good ideas all help to get you there, and learning how to live with it, so you can continue to share your gifts with the world, is what it’s all about.
By David M. Allen M.D. on December 18, 2018 in A Matter of Personality
Making children the most important people in a home while catering to their every whim, and putting the parent's relationship second, can lead to a dysfunctional role reversal.
By Scott G. Eberle Ph.D. on December 18, 2018 in Play in Mind
Gravity should not rule out levity.
By Christopher Bergland on December 18, 2018 in The Athlete's Way
Vision is subconsciously perceived as a "force-carrying" beam that can add weight to someone's stare, according to new Princeton research on the myths and reality of extramission.
By Glenn Geher Ph.D. on December 18, 2018 in Darwin's Subterranean World
A new study reveals that when it comes to judgments related to polygamy, women are harsher than men are. The evolutionary perspective sheds light on why this is the case.
By Forrest Talley Ph.D. on December 17, 2018 in Relationship Emporium
What makes a marriage fulfilling, stable, and continually deepening? The answers may surprise you.
By Vinita Mehta Ph.D., Ed.M. on December 17, 2018 in Head Games
Being marginalized by your family is deeply painful - and can be especially tough at the holidays. Research investigates how to shore up resilience in the face of such conflict.
By Sarah A Benton MS, LMHC, LPC on December 17, 2018 in The High-Functioning Alcoholic
The holidays are quickly approaching, and this may be both a blessing and curse in terms of family dynamics.
By Stephen J Betchen D.S.W. on December 17, 2018 in Magnetic Partners
Is online dating too much work?
By Susan Avery Stewart Ph.D. on December 17, 2018 in The Gift of Aging
Moving slowly enhances health and well-being, improves efficiency, and fosters harmony.
By Madelon Sprengnether on December 17, 2018 in Minding Memory
What does gender dysphoria have to do with you--or me?
By Anthony Tobia, M.D. on December 17, 2018 in Views Through the Psychiatrist’s Lens
If you're in the mood for a foreign film, this short doesn't disappoint (nor does its psychiatric analysis!)
By Cami Rosso on December 17, 2018 in The Future Brain
Do you have a stack of unread books? The number of books, and type may reveal some interesting personal insights.
By Angela Dionisi, Ph.D. on December 17, 2018 in (Un)Well at Work
How hazardous is it to be under the influence while on the job?
By Adi Jaffe Ph.D. on December 17, 2018 in All About Addiction
Cocaine addiction affects hundreds of thousands of people and can be deadly. Unfortunately, few biological tools have been found to help deal with this problem. Until now?
By Cody Kommers on December 17, 2018 in A Friendly Interest
The biggest mistake you can make in choosing how to use your time? Just doing it for the letter.
By Bob Rosen Ph.D. on December 17, 2018 in Are You Aware?
If you can look at yourself in the mirror, then you can tap into your innate wisdom and humanity to find and live your higher purpose.
By Theo Tsaousides Ph.D. on December 17, 2018 in Smashing the Brainblocks
What are you going to do differently this year?
By Stephen Sideroff Ph.D. on December 17, 2018 in Path of Optimal Living
Are you having difficulty getting up for the holidays? You are just 9 steps away from finding enjoyment.
By Shahram Heshmat Ph.D. on December 17, 2018 in Science of Choice
Anger makes people punitive, careless in their thought, and eager to take action.
By Ellyn Kaschak Ph.D. on December 17, 2018 in She Comes a Long Way, Baby
Does looking the part get you the part? Only if you are a woman.
By Joe Herbert M.B, Ph.D. on December 17, 2018 in Hormones and the Brain
It seems that testosterone treatment may help some men with chronic depression to recover. Is this a new approach to therapy?
By Steve Rathje on December 17, 2018 in Words Matter
Enemies can fill important needs in our lives.
By Jennifer Hamady on December 17, 2018 in Finding Your Voice
What truly matters... this holiday season and in every season... Gratitude, Kindness, and Love.
By Elizabeth A. Segal, Ph.D. on December 17, 2018 in Social Empathy
When we think of empathy the focus is on others, we don't consider what it does for us. Empathy is indeed about others, but engaging in empathy is also good for us.
By Sarah Epstein MFT on December 17, 2018 in Between the Generations
Did Thanksgiving with family leave you feeling frustrated, angry, and helpless? Learn to stay out of the family boxing ring this Christmas with these key strategies.
By Adena Bank Lees, LCSW on December 17, 2018 in From Surviving to Thriving
Did you grow up feeling responsible to meet your parent's needs? There is a name for this. There is also a way out.
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