Social scientists have begun to close in on new ways to stop people from taking their own lives
A clinical trial tests a new way to reverse the psychiatric disorder
Self-report questionnaires gain popularity in Autism spectrum research and clinical practice
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The cognitive style you need in times of change, explained by best-selling author Leonard Mlodinow
Imaging technologies could find the best treatments for depression and addiction—and could even reshape education
AI-controlled devices record neural activity and automatically stimulate the brain
Ethicists and scientists are considering the place of neuroscience in the courtroom
Up to 25% of people who take antidepressants report significant weight gain. Is there anything you can do to fight back?
The notorious party drug may act as an antidepressant by blocking neural bursts in a little-understood brain region that may drive depression
A fresh wave of research involves reprogramming ordinary skin cells into those found in the brain
Savvy Psychologist Dr. Ellen Hendriksen reveals 7 big beliefs healthy people share
The new Center for Humane Technology aims to lead the fight against society’s obsession with the Web, apps and social media—but it may just add to the confusion
Gene expression patterns in the brains of people with these conditions, new research finds
The medication is currently prescribed for many veterans
Recent headlines would have us believe that device-hooked teens are mentally and socially doomed. The reality isn't so simple
Cases of criminal behavior after brain injury raise profound questions about the neuroscience of free will.
As governments and aid agencies look to improve mental health worldwide, they could do well by embracing the concept of emotional resilience.