Why are so many people drawn to conspiracy theories in times of crisis?
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By Todd B. Kashdan Ph.D.
Introducing a hierarchical framework of well-being.
By Joe Pierre M.D.
When someone you love becomes obsessed.
By Abigail Fagan
A conversation with David Linden about his new book on human individuality.
By Robert P. Burriss Ph.D.
In the abundance of men.
By Lily Bailey
Ways to support a family member with psychosis.
By Theresa E. DiDonato Ph.D.
Here's what research says.
By Carolyn Reinach Wolf
Not always a great plan.
By Mark Travers Ph.D.
Are these apps a breeding ground for the Dark Triad?
By Art Markman Ph.D.
It depends on how it's triggered.
By Maclen Stanley JD, Ed.M.
RBG continuously flourished in the face of immense hardship.
By Jessica Pierce Ph.D.
Too many puppies are adopted at too young an age.
By The Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research
An interesting study demonstrates the best strategies.
By Katherine K.M. Stavropoulos Ph.D.
Do they receive delayed diagnosis?
By Sebastian Ocklenburg, Ph.D.
New study shows that boredom can motivate harming others for pleasure.
By Steven C. Hayes Ph.D.
What you can learn from your own body.
By Andy Tix Ph.D.
How sacred moments predict higher well-being.
By Susan McQuillan M.S., RDN
When it comes to fighting cognitive decline, it may help to get help.
By Raj Persaud, M.D. and Peter Bruggen, M.D.
The wrong kind of panic can be as lethal as a virus.
By David B. Feldman Ph.D.
Can journaling help us cope during troubled times?
By Robert Enright Ph.D.
The false forms of forgiveness
By Marc Bekoff Ph.D.
Dogs, like many other animals, can suffer from cognitive decline.
By Renee Engeln Ph.D.
How eating disorders relapse.
By Robert N. McCauley Ph.D.
People in open, wealthy, technologically advanced societies have atypical minds.
Evidence-based practices to help us cope and cultivate meaningful experiences.
By Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D.
It's a puzzle.
By Kevin Dorst, Ph.D.
Even Bayesians can be predictably polarized.