With most therapy sessions now online, a psychologist explores whether more self-disclosure by therapists – sharing more about their own lives – might help their patients.
Some people think road crashes are destined to happen and drivers can do little to prevent them.
Whether in situations relating to scientific consensus, economic history or current political events, denialism has its roots in what psychologists call 'motivated reasoning.'
Two economists argue that people who believe the economy will turn around quickly have more incentive to quarantine.
More than ever workers want feedback, and if managers can't give it other colleagues can.
How one filmmaker is trying to capture the visceral experience of an abusive relationship to foster understanding and empathy, and prevent further abuse.
Psychologists have identified the characteristics of 'moral rebels' who make the tough choice to stand up for their principles in the face of negative consequences.
We need a revolution in behaviour, not just in rhetoric.
Behaviors that would have been seen as pathological a few months ago are now applauded as adaptive and resourceful. Where do doctors draw the line?
Why are so many people who have never protested before now joined in the fight against systemic anti-black racism?
Many people who shielding during the coronavirus pandemic will need help to step forward and reclaim life.
With the county facing a crisis in emotional health, we may need two vaccines: one for COVID-19 and another for toxic stress. Here's a technique for dealing with all that stress.
A team of researchers developed an app to study whether the pandemic would cause our internal clocks to go haywire.
Students say they have a hard time studying and cognitive science proves they're not trying to dodge work: there's a link between negative emotions and difficulties in concentrating.
The mental health implications of child marriage on young girls are significant
A nutritionist shares five habits becoming more common during the pandemic that she hopes will continue. Eating family meals together is just the start.
Dreams that are more vivid, more frequent and more striking… Lockdown seems to trouble our nights as well as our days, and there's reason to believe that's not just a figment of our imagination.
The divide transcends partisan bickering. Some people really do recoil at the imposition of strict rules, while others become anxious when rules aren't followed.
Surely, it can't be fun to watch others play games you can play yourself? The hundreds of hours people spend on live-streaming platform Twitch would suggest otherwise.
Because of COVID-19, more and more therapists are turning to telehealth counseling and finding help. Could this be the wave of the future?