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By Zeev N. Kain, MD, MBA, MA (Hon), FAAP on November 19, 2019 in The Anxiety of Medicine
More than 130 people die from opioid-related drug overdoses each day. Why?
By Researchers from MIT Sloan on November 19, 2019 in Definitive Dialog
The great promise of technology is that it will allow us to improve our performance and, ostensibly, ourselves. Anyone with a WIFI signal can take advantage.
By Elyakim Kislev Ph.D. on November 19, 2019 in Happy Singlehood
Contrary to popular belief, the decline in marriage rates may actually be a solution for the loneliness epidemic.
By Aaron Ben-Zeév Ph.D. on November 19, 2019 in In the Name of Love
Romantic love is often regarded as either a momentary experience (“now or never”) or a permanent one (“forever and a day”). Are those our only romantic choices?
By Marty Nemko Ph.D. on November 20, 2019 in How To Do Life
What to cut out so you flower more in 2020.
By J. Wesley Boyd M.D., Ph.D. on November 19, 2019 in Almost Addicted
Physicians Suspected of Mental Health Disorders Pay Up or Else Don’t Work
By Melissa J. Williams Ph.D. on November 19, 2019 in Powers That Be
Women: Do we hold men to higher career standards than we expect for ourselves? Find out and learn why it matters.
By Liz Matheis Ph.D. on November 19, 2019 in Special Matters
It's about you, too.
By Stanley Coren PhD., DSc, FRSC on November 19, 2019 in Canine Corner
Our co-evolution with dogs has given us the innate ability to read some of their facial emotional expressions. However, learning and experience can improve our accuracy.
By Joachim I Krueger Ph.D. on November 19, 2019 in One Among Many
The tragedy of the commons is a paradigm for the complete depletion of shared resources. Cape Town avoided a water depletion crisis by playing chicken.
By Shawn M. Burn Ph.D. on November 19, 2019 in Presence of Mind
Psychological perspectives and research on whistleblowing are interesting to consider in the context of the Ukraine scandal.
By Wayne Jonas M.D. on November 19, 2019 in How Healing Works
There are many instances of successful merges between faith-based care and health care, offering a substantial pool of best practices for confronting the bridging of the gap.
By Marc Bekoff Ph.D. on November 19, 2019 in Animal Emotions
Are you really who you eat? Vegetarians and vegans don't eat fishes. We need more research on the psychology of how people label themselves based on their meal plans.
By Lisa Firestone Ph.D. on November 19, 2019 in Compassion Matters
In honor of the thankful holidays ahead, here are four science-backed reasons to practice more gratitude… and three ways to do it.
By Ravi Chandra M.D., D.F.A.P.A. on November 19, 2019 in The Pacific Heart
Narcissism poses dangers to all relationships, and when it is advanced in authority leads to the abuse of power. The country's founders were aware of the darker dangers posed.
By Gillian McCann, Ph.D., and Gitte Bechsgaard, RP on November 19, 2019 in Return to Stillness
Is technology distorting our romantic lives?
By Ross E O'Hara, Ph.D. on November 19, 2019 in Nudging Ahead
Mental health issues are on the rise among college faculty and staff. How do we help the people whose mission is to help our students?
By Iddo Landau, Ph.D. on November 19, 2019 in Finding Meaning in an Imperfect World
There are opportunities for meaning all around. We should stop ignoring them.
By Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D. on November 19, 2019 in Fulfillment at Any Age
As much as you try to get things done on time, you’re constantly running late. It’s possible that your brain is wired to make lateness an inherent part of your psychological makeup.
By Hank Davis, Ph.D., Yana Hoffman, RP, C.C.D.C on November 19, 2019 in Try to See It My Way
Do you feel needy or weak because you long to be valued by your partner? Research shows that adults have the same attachment needs as children.
By Dwayne Allen Thomas MAPP, JD on November 19, 2019 in The Cross-Examined Life
Have you ever tried to teach someone something just to have them tell you that you were wrong? Psychological phenomena may have gotten in the way.
By Michael Woodward Ph.D. on November 19, 2019 in Spotting Opportunity
How Bacardi is using mentors to accelerate women into leadership roles.
By American Psychoanalytic Association on November 19, 2019 in Psychoanalysis Unplugged
Exploring the relationship with your therapist can help you unlock patterns that may be causing trouble with important relationships outside the consulting room.
By Susan Newman Ph.D. on November 19, 2019 in Singletons
The difference in mothers’ and fathers’ well-being and happiness exists from babyhood into adolescence. Here’s why and in what ways.
By Carolyn Reinach Wolf on November 19, 2019 in From the Desk of the Mental Health Lawyer
As we express gratitude this holiday season, let’s remember the lives of individuals and families upended by serious mental health issues, and advocate for real system-wide change.
By Christopher Bergland on November 19, 2019 in The Athlete's Way
Systemic inflammation may reduce cognitive performance and increase someone's risk of cognitive decline, according to new research.
By Rob Whitley, Ph.D. on November 19, 2019 in Talking About Men
Surveys indicate that men are victims of intimate partner violence at equal rates as women. However, there are few services or supports for these victimized men.
By Marty Nemko Ph.D. on November 19, 2019 in How To Do Life
Tips on career, relationships, money, mental and physical health, and more.
By Joshua Coleman Ph.D. on November 18, 2019 in The Rules of Estrangement
Estranged from your adult child? Learning how to "radically accept" their complaints is not only good for you but good for your relationship.
By Elisabeth A. Sheff Ph.D., CSE on November 18, 2019 in The Polyamorists Next Door
The first of a series, this blog explores how CNM is catastrophic for ailing monogamous relationships, what to do instead, and the caveat that CNM could help with a sex mismatch.
By Sarah Greenberg, MFT on November 18, 2019 in Life's Work
Feeling underestimated at work? Science suggests this could bring you down. Or it could make you great. Here's how to choose the latter.
By Bill Sullivan Ph.D. on November 18, 2019 in Pleased to Meet Me
Everyone has bad habits. Here's a simple brain hack to help you break them.
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