It's natural to feel powerless against climate breakdown. But transforming pain into action can be infectious, and might just tip the balance towards a healthy climate.
As mental health experts warn that Brexit anxieties are cause for concern, why this is deeply suspect for the country's political future.
A neuropsychologist explains the underlying brain mechanisms which stop people managing their emotions.
Missing a meal can certainly push you toward a bad mood. But new research identifies in what kind of situations hunger is most likely to tip toward hanger.
Youth mental illness rates are not rising. We don’t need more pills or therapy. We need to stop pathologizing normal life.
With levels of political discourse reaching new lows, some might say the country could use a dose of shame and humility. At the same time, social media have unleashed a torrent of online shaming.
According to new research, the way you respond could determine whether or not you'll repeat the same mistake in the future.
Most revenge isn't violent or dramatic, but instead involves petty acts against coworkers or lovers. And some types work better than others.
The polls convinced many that Clinton was headed to the White House. But the polls were misleading – and one behavioral scientist thinks emotion led respondents to mislead pollsters on purpose.
The EU referendum was a battle fought on emotional politics.
New research highlights how the pain of a breakup can linger for years.
It's human nature to assume there must be a valid reason for inequalities in society. What's the psychology behind why we believe there's something fundamentally different between haves and have-nots?