In 2017, researchers at Yale University published a paper in the journal Cognition demonstrating that what people consider normal behavior appears to be a mix of what’s common and what they see as ideal.
Existing guidance that symptoms are minimal leads to misdiagnosis and ‘harmful long-term prescribing’ Half of all those taking antidepressants experience withdrawal problems when they try to give them
Publication Date: January 01, 2017 Managers have tried various strategies and perks to boost employee engagement--all with little impact on long-term retention and performance. But now, neuroscience offers
You might wonder, at some point today, what’s going on in another person’s mind. You may compliment someone’s great mind, or say they are out of their mind. You may even try to expand or free your own
Personality tests are beloved by high school guidance counselors and self-help book authors — but less so by many scientists. There’s controversy among them over whether clear-cut personality types exist
Culture We’ve evolved to expect the worst. Dr. Martin Seligman, a psychologist, explains why—and what you can do to get some optimism back. By Clay Skipper Facebook • Twitter • Email Ever had someone you
You get all kinds of happiness advice on the Internet from people who don’t know what they’re talking about. Don’t trust them. Actually, don’t trust me either. Trust neuroscientists. They study that gray
Chris Voss may be the best negotiator in the world. Voss spent more than two decades in the FBI, during which he worked on more than 150 international hostage cases. Eventually, he was chosen among thousands
A trouble shared is a trouble multiplied. Take a calm approach to other people’s stress and you’ll help them, and yourself Like ebola, and people clearing their throats at the theatre, emotions are contagious.