Take it easy, be happy alone.
How labels obscure humanity in mental illness
Researchers have spent the last decade trying to understand why some people are unable to appreciate music.
Students who did about an hour of "mindfulness training" for eight days subsequently did better on the GRE as well as tests of working memory and mind-wandering.
Thomas Jefferson pushed his daughter to succeed, while Abigal Adams cautioned her son against failure. What's a better incentive?
Japanese researchers believe they've found an antidote for men's susceptibility to femme fatales.
Alternative therapies meant to help us "break the train of everyday thinking" have effects on a cellular level.
A psychotherapist contends that the DSM, psychiatry's "bible" that defines all mental illness, is not scientific but a product of unscrupulous politics and bureaucracy.
Archaeologists announced today the "first solid evidence" that some 17th-century American colonists consumed one another.