Top Posts: June 2018

Get into the groove of warm weather with these good reads from the month of June. See essays on responsible self-help, eugenics, autism, spree killers, and more.

What Makes You Great Can Kill You

By Nassir Ghaemi M.D., M.P.H.

Is the Definition of Autism Too Broad?

By John Elder Robison

Responsible Conversations About Suicide

By Psychology Today Editorial Staff

Preventing School Shootings

By Carolyn Reinach Wolf

Comedians, the Master Psychologists

By Cody Kommers

Spree vs. Serial Killers

By Katherine Ramsland Ph.D.

Overcome Your Perfectionist Tendencies

By Toni Bernhard J.D.

Self-Helping Responsibly

By Acacia Parks Ph.D.

Can Your Name Match Your Face?

By Art Markman Ph.D.

Darwin's Advice for Parents

By Glenn Geher Ph.D.

The Science of Teamwork

By Peter T. Coleman Ph.D.

We Should Embrace the Word "Neurotic"

By Gregg Henriques Ph.D.

Tribalism in Politics

By Daniel R. Stalder Ph.D.

3 Ways Partners Can Turn Down Sex Without Hurt Feelings

By Sarah Hunter Murray Ph.D.

Ketamine: Old Drug, New Tricks

By Emily Deans M.D.

Can You Ever Make a Person Seek Therapy?

By Azadeh Aalai Ph.D.

How to Deal With Reminders of Your Ex

By Gwendolyn Seidman Ph.D.

Wordlessness, Trauma, and the Right to Explanation

By Laura Niemi, Ph.D.

4 Reasons Why Infidelity Happens Even in Happy Relationships

By Robert Weiss LCSW, CSAT-S

The Call of the Unknown

By Tim Lomas Ph.D.

Why Do We Flirt by Text?

By Martin Graff Ph.D.