The Nazi regime urged German mothers to ignore their toddlers’ emotional needs—the better to raise hardened soldiers and followers. Attachment researchers say that the harmful effects of that teaching may be affecting later generations...
Users of the social network said they'd require payment of more than $1,000 to quit the platform for one year. Christopher Intagliata reports.
Ghrelin, the hormone that makes you hungry, also makes food, and food smells, irresistibly appealing. Karen Hopkin reports.
The holidays can bring joy or dread, but family rituals make them enjoyable, research suggests
Savvy Psychologist Dr. Ellen Hendriksen puts to rest four common travel anxieties
In the absence of rigorous science, psychologists disagree about using the neurobiology of stress to defend police officers who kill
Recent research highlights the mismatch between what people want and what they want to give
Savvy Psychologist Dr. Ellen Hendriksen talks with sex therapist Dr. Stephen Snyder about how to keep the flame burning for years to come
A scientist leverages big data to pin down precepts that extend beyond the self-help aisle
What is mindfulness? Can it really improve your mental state? What does the research have to say about it?
Savvy Psychologist Dr. Ellen Hendriksen talks with psychologist Dr. Joseph Burgo about the often-misunderstood experience of shame
A looming crisis and how to avert it
People are more willing to change their mind about people they initially deem “nasty” versus those they deem “nice”
The disturbingly high rate may arise from a disconnect between women’s ambitions and societal expectations, experts say
Would it be harder for people who speak a highly gendered language to create a more gender-neutral society?
Two Norwegian psychologists developed a method of treating the condition that is gaining international attention for its efficiency and effectiveness
Psychologist Dr. Ellen Hendriksen profiles 3 classic types of procrastinators and offers 5 ways to change today!
A clever experiment shows it's surprisingly easy to change someone’s political views, revealing how flexible we are
Research reveals the common mistakes we make when trying to help
Savvy Psychologist Dr. Ellen Hendriksen dives into why our minds love to go green