Even people who claim to hate routines probably follow quite a few.
Changing people's behaviour is a huge challenge, but it is critical for good health and a sustainable planet.
A podcast all about nothing. From the importance of doing nothing to the ill-effects of time spent in solitary confinement and what nothing means in space.
As retro video games become more popular, research suggests players could be looking for nostalgia – and the psychological benefits it brings.
Beat exam stress with these top tips.
Think you are a moral person? Research shows that we are often prone to act immorally when we think we're moral.
When you engage in recreational gambling, you're not simply playing against the odds – you're battling an enemy trained in the art of deceit and subterfuge who uses human nature against you.
Centuries from now, antidepressants may be seen as a barbaric treatment for treating children with depression.
Bullying isn't just linked to depression and anxiety, it can also lead to more subtle effects such as problems with trust and self-esteem.
Split personality, neurotic, hysterical ... these terms aren't used by mainstream psychologists.
Nagging or bribing a child to practise their musical instrument only makes the activity feel like a chore. Here's how to support your child and bring back harmony to the whole family.
An author picks her best reads for a scientific approach to raising children.
A number of factors – from our eagerness to place trust in people to our overconfidence in our own intelligence – make us easy prey.
Our social institutions and politics suffer from a collective arrested development – and our relationship to technology has only exacerbated this trend.
The effect is much stronger in women than men.
Farmers experience drought-related stress. Improving their mental health enhances adaptive capacity and resilience. Drought support must address relationships between drought and mental health.
Contrary to the common belief you shouldn't talk about suicide because it plants the idea, asking someone if they plan to harm themselves can help.
Culture plays a role in forming a child's identity, conversational style and memory. This has many implications for how to deal with children, from school to the judicial system.
The beginning of a new school term is often met with resistance from kids who would prefer to stay on school holidays. But for some parents, getting their kids to go to school is an ongoing battle.
A recent study found that highly narcissistic people have thicker, denser eyebrows.