Not sure if you turned off the light or replied to that email? Here, psychologist Adam Radomsky offers research-based advice on how to stop needlessly worrying.
Psychologist and addiction expert offers a much-needed reality check about the benefits of drinking as well as its much more tangible costs.
Biological mothers aren't the only ones who might get depressed after a new child arrives. Here, nursing professor Karen J. Foli shares tips to help adoptive parents cope.
More than half of all cancer is avoidable. Here, epidemiologist Graham Colditz shares five research-based strategies to stop this disease in its tracks.
San Francisco researchers Alexander Smith and Jennifer King share research-based advice on how to look after the elderly without losing sight of your own well-being.
Psychologists Sonia Kang and Evan Apfelbaum share research-based advice to help kids manage the complicated issues of prejudice, diversity, and equality.
Psychologist and development expert Susan Levine shares research-based strategies to foster math skills among two- to four-year-olds.
Stumped? Psychologist Tony McCaffrey offers up five research-based ways to unleash that innovative idea you've always had in your brain.
A survey of obesity interventions finds that parents need to set a good example and learn how to praise if they want their kids to eat well.
Research by psychologist Daniel Gould shows little league is a prime opportunity for coaches and parents to instill values like hard work.
Around one in 13 teens are abused on dates. Here, Psychology of Violence editor Sherry Hamby shares how parents can intervene.
Yes, it gets better. But research by clinical psychologist Brian Mustanski shows love and support from family can help in the meantime.
Chinese mom and human development scholar Desiree Qin discusses healthful ways to build expectations and manage an acculturation gap.
Social psychologist Daniel Balliet shares his research-based recipe for harmony for warring partners, teams, and, of course, political parties.
When it comes to their well-being, older adults shouldn't act like victims to aging. They should be active—physically, socially, and spiritually.
Marketers at Virginia Tech share stealthy new ways to control how people perceive numbers that go far beyond simple psychological pricing.
Trust expert and business professor Peter Kim explains the implications of various paths to forgiveness, from heartfelt apologies to denials.
Family psychotherapist Jean Malpas shares some essential lessons for parents of children who may not conform to gender norms.