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Understanding and improving the mental health of immigrants
What security measures have schools adopted? Do they work?
Does watching TV make us unhappy—as many TV critics continue to claim—or are we drawn to TV when we are already unhappy? A new study investigates this chicken-or-egg question.
A recent review recommends that four 40-minute sessions of moderate- to high-intensity exercise (or 160 minutes per week) helps improve erectile dysfunction.
Do you want to feel happy DURING the next hour or ABOUT the next hour? A new study sheds light on how preferred kind of happiness depends on the time frame under consideration.
This recently published case study sheds light on the treatment of a patient with political views opposite to that of the therapist.
Prejudiced Immigration policies are unfair but they are not hurting anybody. Or are they? New research shows the many ways that biased policies impact migrant mental health.
What are fourth-wave therapies? What challenges do they present for patients, therapists, and the treatment culture itself?
What does it mean to be resilient? To rise above? To adapt? To bounce back? I discuss five perspectives on the meaning of resilience.
Do you find it difficult to apologize? Do you want to find ways to encourage others to apologize? New research helps us understand these challenges.
How do immigrants adapt to the host societies? Do some migrants refuse to adapt? Do refugees adapt differently? My interview Dr. John W. Berry.
Psychology of human-environment relations in the age of climate change.
Do you believe your accent is holding you back? We can learn from Irish immigrants how to persevere.
Are you curious to learn the latest about anxiety disorders from a true expert in the field? Look no further.
What does it mean to acculturate? It's more complex than once thought.
Did you know that acculturation has a few things in common with acting in a play?
Arash Emamzadeh attended the University of British Columbia in Canada, where he studied genetics and psychology. He has also done graduate work in clinical psychology and neuropsychology in U.S.