Research shows that children will emulate negative attitudes of same-sex parents—or teachers for that matter
Her friends say, “No one remembers her as depressed,” but it is an injustice to the dead and the living to minimize the power of this deadly illness
How and when you “self-talk” can increase your concentration and improve performance
Why do we see the biological basis of behavior as a threat to our core humanity, instead of a potential way to more deeply understand it?
Some psychiatrists believe that racism is a mental disorder, but medicalizing social ills gets us no closer to a solution
Taking “field notes,” whether your field is a sales floor or unchartered wilderness, makes everyday observation more scientific
Stuart Chaifetz’s video shows how abusive teachers victimize the vulnerable and the voiceless
His bizarre courtroom behavior actually tells us very little about why he committed such a terrible crime.
The fact that you may honestly believe you are not biased does not free you from unconscious racism
An experimental Army program is trying to train soldiers to be resilient. But what does that mean?
The best way to psych yourself up for a test or presentation is to make it seem insignificant. Here’s how:
Faith makes social groups stronger and confers an evolutionary advantage
Our brains are wired to be unreasonable when it comes to perceived threats