Articles Tagged with “PSYCHOLOGY”

New research looks into young people’s anxiety around environmental collapse.

Positive psychology may be the next logical tool for cardiology, according to psychiatrist Jeff C. Huffman.

A calmer brain can lead to a healthier body. Researchers are beginning to pinpoint just where those benefits are coming from.

Near-death experiences have been the domain of pseudoscience. But clinicians ignore them at their peril.

Why do some people react poorly, even catastrophically, in emergency situations?

A high-fat, high-sugar diet can cause harm to the hippocampus—and that may lead, perversely, to even worse impulses around unhealthy food.

Pilot programs teach kids and parents skills for coping with stressful lives.

A stressful childhood can have psychological and physiological fallout in adulthood. Researchers are now narrowing in on how stress wounds the brain and the body.

A power lifter ponders a lifetime of self-inflicted injuries.

Bad behavior in children may come from a lack of certain cognitive skills. Studies show that those skills can be taught.