How to Handle a Hot Temper

Some people seem ready to explode with little to no provocation, all the time. The source of anger may lie in anxiety and depression. There's a surprisingly high rate of irritability among people with major depressive disorder, with 26 to 49 percent experiencing attacks of rage.
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The Hopping Mad

By Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D.

New research shows how anxiety and depression explain why people get angry.
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The Cycle of Rage

By Arash Emamzadeh

A new study examines a model of how anger is perpetuated in relationships.
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The Anger Habit

By Steven Stosny, Ph.D.

Why do we automatically make bad matters worse?
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Switching Off Anger

By R. Douglas Fields Ph.D.

Research on how energizing neurons with a weak scalp electrode suppresses anger.