Taking care of children gives working mothers an ability to be more efficient with their time and commitments.
A new paper suggests past research on MDMA often overestimated the dangers of the drug because the studies examined heavy users, not average ones.
In the 11th Revision of the International Classification of Diseases, a new one has appeared: Gaming Disorder.
A new study on more than 32,000 nurses explores how chronotype may influence women's chances of developing depression.
Aurora 21 will help the US keep pace among the other nations who own the fastest supercomputers. Scientists plan on using it to map the connectome of the human brain.
Scientists figure out why so many people believe in conspiracy theories.
Pizza? Doughnuts? They satisfy the brain's reward center like nothing else.
Neuroscientists are now beginning to unravel the neurobiological processes that take place inside the brain, during a spiritual awakening.
New research in psychedelics is showing them to be a powerful antidote to depression. We need to implement them into therapy.
A review of 33 trials confirms that loading your body does your brain good.
A study of 15,582 elderly Hong Kong community residents suggests a link between robust intellectual activity and avoiding the onset of dementia.
The first step is recognizing that physical, mental, and emotional health are interconnected.
Gender studies are leaving the college halls and heading into the lab. Increasingly, there have been more rigorous studies into how transgender people neurologically relate to the sex they identify with rather than...
NYU researchers may have finally put to rest the mystery of how speech is processed in the brain.
“Our country doesn’t do many things well, but when it comes to big occasions, no one else comes close,” so claimed an instructor I heard at the gym this week. He might be an expert in physical fitness but it’s...
There’s a chicken and egg thing going on here when it comes to having a mood disorder and discordant circadian rhythms.
The more diverse minds we have, the better we are as a population.
A new paper published in the journal American Psychologist shows how NASA is using personality research to learn what makes the best team of astronauts.
TMS might also help those with anxiety, PTSD, and traumatic brain injury.
Some of the most important decisions you will make in your lifetime will occur while you feel stressed and anxious.