Sharing personal information brings people closer together. But how do you know when you’ve gone too far—or when someone else has ulterior motives?
Verified by Psychology Today
By Abby Ellin
By Matthew Hutson
By Sarah Goodyear
By Amy Alkon
By Gary Drevitch
The parents of prodigies may be uniquely unprepared when their relationships morph or fray.
By Maggie O'Farrell
On a solitary walk as a teenager, Maggie O'Farrell nearly met her end.
By Jennifer Bleyer
Chao-ting Wu is on a mission to make sure everyone is equipped to navigate the genomics age.
By Guy Winch Ph.D.
Learn some mental jujitsu to reach an elusive goal.
"We're all just living our lives, and our experiences get mapped onto our clothes."
By Hara Estroff Marano
The cognitive benefits of vitamin C are nothing to sniffle at.
By Matt Huston
New research expands our understanding of a well-worn rough patch.
By Shira Polan
How an ability we take for granted determines the way we interact with the world around us.
After a string of failed follow-ups, psychologists are pushing to change how their field works.
By Dalmeet Singh Chawla
Can an algorithm help identify those most at risk of PTSD?
By Knvul Sheikh
Bullying leaves an impression, but the negative effects may dissipate within a few years.
By Cameron Evans
Hearing may be better than seeing when judging how someone feels.
Are 27 emotions enough to capture your daily experience?
Modeling healthy habits brings benefits for the family.
Channeled wisely, they might help power persistence.
By Amanda Furrer
Is one physical state better for creativity than another?
The Power of Boundaries
10 Myths About The Mind
The New Science of Sleep
Silencing Your Inner Critic
Seeing Beyond Depression