Although theories suggest high-income individuals are generally happier, new research finds that feeling valued may matter more for well-being.
A new study finds that motor neurons encode the world differently from other types of brain cells.
Yet more evidence that optimism's health impacts are real.
Young couples that find it easy to engage in conversations with their partners are least likely to hold onto anger and stress after conflict.
Social psychologist Roy Baumeister has spent years studying how people resist temptation and break bad habits—and he's here to help.
A new study looks at how presenteeism -- going to work while ill -- can be harmful to more than just the individual, and why it is that certain organizational cultures promote the practice
While further study is needed, a new report has found that high school students that drink soda are more likely to harm peers and siblings