What happens when the face is no longer the primary means of expression?
Migrant children often become interpreters for their parents in settings like the doctor's office, legal situations and even in parent-teacher interviews. This can be a burden and affect their health.
When seeing or hearing something poignant, many get the chills. But about one-third of the population doesn't feel this sensation.
Our interest in feral children has a long history in truth and legend.
While it's important to increase the diagnosis of depression and find a treatment plan that suits the individual, simply writing more scripts for antidepressants isn't the answer.
Not everyone can weave a gripping tale. But for one gender, it matters more than the other.
'Treat ‘em mean, keep ‘em keen' is bad advice, tailored for men who'd rather hate women than face their own shortcomings.
Six tips to get rid of that song stuck in your head, based on the latest research.
If presented with a client who has death anxiety, we ask them to tell us what exactly they fear about death. Once we have this information, there are several approaches to treating fear of death.
We think we know when we feel it – but here's what is really going on in our brains and bodies.
You may have got what it takes to be a mathematical genius without even being aware of it.
A podcast on time: telling it, perceiving it, doing it and travelling through it.
We manage our fear of death by creating a sense of permanence and meaning in life. But for some people, death anxiety results in pathological coping mechanisms, such as being afraid of spiders.
We should consider the effects of not just what we feed children ... but how.
The war of words: why a report on the EU referendum labelled costs a 'Brexit tax'.
Fall in love, have a baby, watch your happiness and satisfaction plummet. Psychology researchers know the transition to parenthood can be rough on relationships.
There are are some strong arguments for giving up meat, so why do so many ignore them?
Dealing with fossil fuels means working out how to deal with shared resources. While economists might argue that we tend to selfishness, psychology offers another way.
When it comes to Brexit, both the Leave and Remain camps are using psychological trickery to convince voters.
Chernobyl's liquidators have come up with some intriguing ways of dealing with what they've gone through – without directly confronting painful memories.