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By Dustin W. Ballard MD, MBE on December 07, 2022 in Standing Strong
While concussions usually aren’t hard to diagnose, they are difficult to treat. New evidence provides hope for a better and more effective approach to care.
By Tim Leberecht on December 07, 2022 in The Romance of Work
From the decentralized Web3 to superminds, neuroscientists herald collective intelligence as increasingly valuable.
By Toni Bernhard J.D. on December 06, 2022 in Turning Straw Into Gold
A Personal Perspective: It’s hard to respond skillfully to the emotional pain of feeling misunderstood, yet it’s a challenge the chronically ill face at almost every turn.
By Gary W. Lewandowski Jr. Ph.D. on December 06, 2022 in The Psychology of Relationships
When it comes to relationship decisions, you need to get them right. To do that, your approach matters, and being more intentional helps.
By Elizabeth A. Segal, Ph.D. on December 07, 2022 in Social Empathy
Do you feel there are times when you or those around you are not tolerant enough or too tolerant? You are not alone. Tolerance is complicated and can vary in numerous ways.
By Oscar Holmes IV Ph.D. on December 07, 2022 in Beyond the Cubicle
Beyond police brutality, these are lesser-known ways that racism kills.
By Susan Biali Haas M.D. on December 07, 2022 in Prescriptions for Life
Are you facing a crisis? Your choices today can make a big difference in the outcome. These five strategies can help you to minimize unnecessary pain and damage.
By Jaclyn Margolis Ph.D. on December 07, 2022 in Shifting Workplace Dynamics
Some advice promotes problematic norms that are counter to scientific research. Here are three examples of common advice you should reconsider.
By Dona Matthews Ph.D. on December 07, 2022 in Going Beyond Intelligence
In a consumeristic culture, it's easy for children to feel entitled and disappointed. You can give your child the gift of gratitude this Christmas and change their life forever.
By James R Langabeer PhD, EdD on December 07, 2022 in How to Make Better Choices
Are financial disagreements and disparate money mindsets impacting your relationship? The psychological impact of money can trigger negative emotions. Here is how to find balance.
By Alice Boyes Ph.D. on December 07, 2022 in In Practice
Answering these questions will hopefully stoke diverse positive emotions within you, like awe, joy, peace, or contentment.
By Sara Gorman, Ph.D., MPH, and Jack M. Gorman, MD on December 07, 2022 in Denying to the Grave
Wondering what makes people prone to misinformation? The current state of the research at the very least suggests it's not a lack of knowledge.
By Amy Cooper Hakim Ph.D. on December 07, 2022 in Working With Difficult People
Are you anxious at work? Take these steps to reduce anxiety and regain your calm.
By Karolina Lempert Ph.D. on December 07, 2022 in The Ant and the Grasshopper
Wondering why you are never satisfied with what you already have? This might be because we tend to imagine how things could be better, rather than how they could be worse.
By Mark Bertin M.D. on December 07, 2022 in Child Development Central
Mindful eating is deliberately paying attention and being fully aware as you eat, inside your body, outside yourself, and in your environment, but without criticism or judgment.
By Jamie Cannon MS, LPC on December 07, 2022 in Stress Fracture
What to expect when grieving someone who hasn't died but is no longer available to you.
By Danielle M. Dick, Ph.D. on December 07, 2022 in Genes, Environments, and Human Behavior
When we understand the intermediary traits that indicate risk, we can work on curbing potential problems and channeling those dispositions for good.
By William A. Haseltine Ph.D. on December 07, 2022 in Best Practices in Health
A new research review has analyzed six potential causes for one of the most common yet elusive long Covid symptoms: brain fog.
By Lantie Elisabeth Jorandby M.D. on December 07, 2022 in Use Your Brain
Because of the power of advertising and marketing, alcohol gets far better PR than it should, given how dangerous it is. Here's the latest research.
By Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry on December 07, 2022 in Psychiatry’s Think Tank
Is it burnout or depression? The answer is complicated.
By Sylvia L. Mikucki-Enyart Ph.D. on December 07, 2022 in Communicating Through Change
Is balancing family commitments during the holidays stressing you out? Clear communication can help you navigate the push-pull of the season.
By Patrick De Vleeschauwer Drs. on December 07, 2022 in Fulfilling Our Highest Possibility
The answer to the question of whether our life is worth living— meaningful, valuable, fulfilling—is not given by concepts but by our embodied subjective experience of it.
By Michelle P. Maidenberg Ph.D., MPH, LCSW-R, CGP on December 07, 2022 in Being Your Best Self
Want to reset your mindset for joy and contentment? Here are 16 mantras to help you tap into your strength and fortitude.
By Daniel Marston Ph.D. on December 07, 2022 in Comparatively Speaking
Asexuality is a sexual identity that is less accepted than others, primarily because of how we often mistakenly see sex as essential to the human experience.
By Naveed Saleh M.D., M.S. on December 07, 2022 in The Red-Light District
Staying alive during a bear attack requires remarkable presence of mind. Bear attacks also speak to the psychology of these powerful woodland beasts.
By Wendy L. Patrick, J.D., Ph.D. on December 07, 2022 in Why Bad Looks Good
As you get to know a new romantic interest, should you share both successes and shortcomings? The answer may surprise you.
By Paul Dobransky M.D. on December 06, 2022 in The Urban Scientist
In post-pandemic times, when children's mental health is suffering, a television series stands out with helpful advice on narcissism, anxiety, bullying, and other challenges.
By Ariadne Platero LMSW on December 06, 2022 in Reflect and Reset
Looking for a guide to help you hack the holidays? These seven steps can make all the difference.
By Rachel Diamond Ph.D. on December 06, 2022 in Preparing for Parenthood
Are you curious about research and resources that came out in 2022 related to pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum? These are some key highlights.
By Gary Wenk Ph.D. on December 06, 2022 in Your Brain on Food
The beautiful forsythia plant may contain chemicals to slow Alzheimer's disease.
By Allison E McWilliams Ph.D. on December 06, 2022 in Your Awesome Career
Economists say there’s a 63 percent chance we’re headed for a recession. This means there’s a 100 percent chance you need to own your next steps.
By Sabrina Romanoff Psy.D. on December 06, 2022 in Life in Transition
Stop viewing anxiety as a problem and instead view it as a gift for healing.
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