Psychologists W. Keith Campbell, (Ph.D.) and Carolyn Crist explain why narcissists rise to power and how to make sure your support is going to someone making effective, positive change.
The results of this study showed depressive symptoms being highest in adolescence, declining in early adulthood and then climbing back up again into one's early 30s.
Would you ever have sex with a robot?
Positive, romantic thoughts could produce positive, romantic outcomes while dating.
Are you mentally exhausted? Here's how to tell (and what to do about it).
A large-scale study from King's College London explores the link between genetics and sun-seeking behaviors.
Examining the differences between anxiety and COVID-19 symptoms and discussing the possibility of IAD (illness anxiety disorder) during a global pandemic.
Symptoms of mental illness in children are often dismissed as "going through a phase."
There are pros and cons to owning a pet as a marginalized individual.
The goal of this large-scale study was to provide actionable information on how to avoid depression or decrease depressive symptoms.
New research conducted on the brains of mice suggest it may be possible to "switch off" particular food cravings.
You may be surprised at how your body and brain react to this type of pleasure.
This study has linked female porn consumption to orgasms that are easier to achieve and more satisfying during both masturbation and partnered sex.
Teaching your child metacognitive techniques can improve their learning and life skills.
There are many reasons why this could be true.
The 2020 study successfully removed memories associated with morphine from the brains of mice with very promising results.
With the most common form of female sexual dysfunction impacting 1 in 10 women, this important study dives into how to keep a relationship going despite having different needs and wants in the bedroom.
Recent studies suggest virtual reality porn can produce a more positive experience than viewing from a monitor or screen.
A 2017 University of Wisconsin-Madison study was the first of it's kind to show structural differences in the psychopathic brain.
Research suggests we need to create a new kind of work-life balance to prevent burnout while working from home.