Think therapy is self-centered? Think again.
Kids' underdeveloped brains seem to help them acquire new languages with little effort.
Partnering up can help you grow as an individual – here’s the psychology of a romantic relationship that expands the self
The science makes it abundantly clear that couples with more self-expansion are better relationships.
The first recorded brain activity of a person during their death suggests a biological trigger for near-death experiences.
No amount of success can overcome imposter syndrome without a mindset geared toward growth.
This century alone has already had a couple of Onesdays (1/11/11 and 11/11/11).
Hormonal birth control for women may elevate the risk of depression and suicide, but so does pregnancy itself.
What makes a face trustworthy, anyway?
Psychologists often view relationship power imbalances through three unique dynamics.
Men with one older brother are 12% more likely to enter a same-sex union than those with a sister.
Ingesting tiny doses of hallucinogens might not have the outsized benefits that some people claim it does.
Finland reveals that happiness is more about mindset than umbrella drinks and sun-warmed beaches.
Sharing food and kissing are among the signals babies use to interpret their social world, according to a new study.
If your partner is not helping build a better you, is it time for a better partner?
Implicit bias may be outside your conscious control, but that doesn’t mean change is.
Whenever you're surprised, there's a good chance that your brain is busy tweaking your memories.
Only talk about the weather?
Life’s stages are changing – we need new terms and new ideas to describe how adults develop and grow
Ages 30 to 45 are now “the rush hour of life.”
Solitude, by itself, does not predict feelings of loneliness.
Neuroscience research suggests it might be time to rethink our ideas about when exactly a child becomes an adult.
Those that were the best at math didn't even show income satiation — there was no upper limit to how much money could make them happy.
Flow occurs when a task’s challenge is balanced with one’s skill.
Your brain is remarkably good at mapping out physical spaces — even if it's an imaginary space like Hogwarts. But how does the brain do it?
The first personality tests revolved around assessing people’s reactions to ambiguous and often unsettling images. Today, the gold standard is a barrage of questions.
Regret isn't just unpleasant, it's unhealthy.