Participants with high levels of narcissism showed high levels of aggression, spreading gossip, bullying others, and more.
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A popular and longstanding wave of thought in psychology and psychotherapy is that diagnosis is not relevant for practitioners in those fields.
A new study looks at why mysterious voices are sometimes taken as spirits and other times as symptoms of mental health issues.
Study confirms the existence of a special kind of groupthink in large groups.
A new study found that personality growth in young adults predicted career benefits such as income, degree attainment, and job satisfaction.
Shannon Lee shares lessons from her father in her new book, "Be Water, My Friend: The Teachings of Bruce Lee."
A new survey also found that women executives believe imposter syndrome to be common among women in corporate America.
If the idea of freedom bound Camus and Sartre philosophically, then the fight for justice united them politically.
Working memory is the workhorse of cognition. Having less of it has side effects.
A 2017 University of Wisconsin-Madison study was the first of it's kind to show structural differences in the psychopathic brain.
A critical thinking framework developed by psychologists can help teach mental skills necessary for our times.
Sexuality is fluid and it's important that people get to define it for themselves.
Humans are woefully unaware of their olfactory sense. That's the reality we've been sold.
Good relationship capital can change your business forever, explains Shark Tank investor Daymond John.
Your favorite color can be linked to various personality traits, motivation, and productivity levels in your life.
The rules have changed, and so have we.
An inside look at common relationship problems that link to how we were raised.