Men have long been silent and stoic about their inner lives, but there’s every reason for them to open up emotionally—and their partners are helping.
Verified by Psychology Today
What blue-footed boobies and other animals tell us about human relationships
Jennifer Verdolin Ph.D. on December 7, 2020
From staying home to going home or finding home, who we are is inextricably tied to a sense of place.
Jennifer Verdolin Ph.D. on November 4, 2020
Is there a kleptoparasite in your midst? How to protect yourself from being swindled.
Jennifer Verdolin Ph.D. on October 10, 2020
Human manipulators and natural parasites have a few things in common, and discerning whether or not you are being manipulated is a critical skill.
Jennifer Verdolin Ph.D. on June 19, 2020
How important are dads? A look at how they bond with their kids provides a clue.
Jennifer Verdolin Ph.D. on March 14, 2020
When it comes to going out of your way to help someone out, even a stranger, it's the African grey parrot that shows us the way.
Jennifer Verdolin Ph.D. on March 7, 2020
When it comes to slowing down the transmission of COVID-19, what does social distancing really mean, and why does it work? A look at what we know from animal social networks.
Jennifer Verdolin Ph.D. on December 29, 2019
Did you receive a gift you don't like or that would be perfect for someone else? Here are a few reasons why regifting should be trendy.
Jennifer Verdolin Ph.D. on December 3, 2019
Is your everyday routine ruining your ability to adapt? A few small changes can help increase your cognitive flexibility.
Jennifer Verdolin Ph.D. on November 29, 2019
How opening your home to others for a meal can foster a sense of community, support, and well-being.
Jennifer Verdolin Ph.D. on September 12, 2019
Here is how you can take charge and bring about positive change—by thinking about animals!
Jennifer Verdolin Ph.D. on August 22, 2019
When dating, the more attuned you becomes the easier it will be to pick up on these subtle signs of trouble.
Jennifer Verdolin Ph.D. on August 4, 2019
Do you struggle to stay organized? Or are you neat and tidy but live with someone who rarely cleans? A few adjustments can go a long way.
Jennifer Verdolin Ph.D. on July 24, 2019
Is he or she truly into you? A few clear signals tell you all you need to know.
Jennifer Verdolin Ph.D. on July 11, 2019
Some “leaders” try to accomplish things by force and fear. This is highly unstable and it doesn’t support cooperation. What are the signs, then, of effective leadership?
Jennifer Verdolin Ph.D. on June 16, 2019
Is there a way to address co-workers that don't pull their own weight and still come out on top. A few small changes can make all the difference.
Jennifer Verdolin Ph.D. on February 18, 2019
There may not be one complete recipe for success, but with a few key ingredients, your relationship has a better chance of standing the test of time.
Jennifer Verdolin Ph.D. on October 25, 2018
Do you find it hard to negotiate and compromise? A few tips can pave the way for success.
Jennifer Verdolin Ph.D. on October 11, 2018
Are you unsure of how to be there for others while they are grieving? Here's what you can do to support and comfort those dealing with loss.
Jennifer Verdolin Ph.D. on July 15, 2018
Uncertainty poses a problem for us and other species when it comes to making important decisions, but a few tried and true strategies can mitigate risks and maximize rewards.
Jennifer Verdolin Ph.D. on March 16, 2018
We are capable of detecting inequality instantly and are extremely sensitive to it, yet we insist that life isn’t fair. Is that reasonable?