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By Randy Kulman Ph.D. on April 11, 2020 in Screen Play
Should you let kids with ADHD spend all their time on screens during the quarantine? Probably not, but it might make everyone happier if they had more access.
By Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D. on April 11, 2020 in Fulfillment at Any Age
The largest and newest study of borderline personality shows the role of chaos and impulsivity in challenging even for those who fall below the threshold.
By Bruce Grierson on April 10, 2020 in The Carpe Diem Project
Inside the bizarre piecemeal worldwide adoption of masks to slow the spread of COVID-19; What’s making some cultures go all in, but others hold back?
By Anna Katharina Schaffner, Ph.D. on April 10, 2020 in The Art of Self-Improvement
During a pandemic, altruism matters more than ever, not just for keeping our and others’ spirits up, but also for overcoming the outbreak.
By Grant Hilary Brenner MD, FAPA on April 12, 2020 in ExperiMentations
Sophisticated research suggests that self-assessment accuracy is more stable over time than believed. The DK effect may be exaggerated, more limited than believed, or non-existent.
By David Hanscom, MD on April 12, 2020 in Anxiety: Another Name for Pain
Being aware of your family environment is the first step in creating a safe home. Is your home provide the protection of an oak tree or is it resemble an army barrack?
By Marty Nemko Ph.D. on April 11, 2020 in How To Do Life
Those people who work hard even in the absence of an emergency.
By Iskra Fileva Ph.D. on April 11, 2020 in The Philosopher's Diaries
In allegedly unrequited love, forlorn lovers actually pine after a fictional person. The real person who rejects them is not the one they love. So there may be no unrequited love.
By Cami Rosso on April 11, 2020 in The Future Brain
University of Cambridge researchers use AI to show that the brain’s neural hubs, rather than brain regions, are a strong predictor of learning difficulties in children.
By Kristen Lee Ed.D., LICSW on April 11, 2020 in Rethink Your Way to the Good Life
Are you searching for resilience during COVID, but tired of the pressure to bounce back quickly? Science says we need to create space for healing.
By Benjamin Cheyette, M.D., and Sarah Cheyette M.D. on April 11, 2020 in 1-2-3-ADHD
Trying to raise a teenager so that he/she will be independent and successful despite their ADHD? Here are a few practical tips.
By Lara Otte, Psy.D. on April 11, 2020 in The Human Connection
An opportunity for real connection amid the COVID-19 crisis.
By Linda and Charlie Bloom on April 11, 2020 in Stronger at the Broken Places
In the midst of the pandemic, we have an opportunity to take a crash course in conflict management.
By Ritch C Savin-Williams Ph.D. on April 11, 2020 in Sex, Sexuality, and Romance
Research shows that both parents deliver a negative, sex-as-risky message to their daughter, and not the sex-positive message daughters want or need.
By Bryan E. Robinson Ph.D. on April 11, 2020 in The Right Mindset
Distractions can cause lack of focus, procrastination, and lower productivity. But certain conditions boost concentration and productivity.
By Nancy Colier LCSW, Rev. on April 11, 2020 in Inviting a Monkey to Tea
Sometimes we have to say "no" to a relationship, even when it's family.
By Jeremy E. Sherman Ph.D., MPP on April 11, 2020 in Ambigamy
So many people conclude that their ex was a narcissist because they seemed self-obsessed, but what we see isn't necessarily what they've got.
By Bella DePaulo Ph.D. on April 11, 2020 in Living Single
Get married, have kids? Today’s young women are forging their own paths, with different profiles of work and personal lives, and implications for their earnings and stress levels.
By Marilyn A. Mendoza Ph.D. on April 11, 2020 in Understanding Grief
The secret to maintaining health and sanity during stressful times.
By Avrum Weiss, Ph.D. on April 11, 2020 in From Fear to Intimacy
Self-care for a marathon pandemic.
By David Burkus on April 11, 2020 in Creative Leadership
What's the real difference? And when should you use either one?
By Lloyd I Sederer M.D. on April 11, 2020 in Therapy, It’s More Than Just Talk
A review of the new PBS documentary.
By Bernard Golden, Ph.D. on April 11, 2020 in Overcoming Destructive Anger
Anger and anxiety are often reactions to the challenges in our daily lives. However, by recognizing their interaction, we can enhance our resilience for facing such challenges.
By Hal McDonald Ph.D. on April 11, 2020 in Time Travelling with Apollo
Research suggests that nostalgia can help us cope with the emotional stresses that troubled times can inflict upon us.
By Dana Klisanin Ph.D. on April 11, 2020 in Digital Altruism
We can fight loneliness, support our elders, and learn from each other during this time of social distancing.
By Austin Perlmutter M.D. on April 11, 2020 in The Modern Brain
We tend to struggle when we don't know what comes next. Here are some tools to help.
By Wendy Dean M.D. on April 11, 2020 in Healing Healthcare
A counterintuitive approach to taking control may be the very best way to care for our loved ones and our healthcare workforce. It is an exquisitely courageous and selfless act.
By Ronald E Riggio Ph.D. on April 11, 2020 in Cutting-Edge Leadership
Steps that can decrease loneliness from social isolation.
By Noam Shpancer Ph.D. on April 11, 2020 in Insight Therapy
The pandemic raises important questions about how we use science, how we learn from experience, and the morality of our choices
By Rupert W Nacoste Ph.D. on April 11, 2020 in A Quiet Revolution
When we hear of, and when we talk about, the coronavirus, have no doubt that along with health concerns, something wicked and intergroup has come.
By Shelley H Carson Ph.D. on April 11, 2020 in Life as Art
Great lives, including yours, have a message. If you could share with others one message, one piece of wisdom, what would it be?
By Christopher Bergland on April 11, 2020 in The Athlete's Way
A new brain imaging study identifies a specific insight-related neural reward signal that can make "Aha!" moments intensely pleasurable.
By Blake Griffin Edwards LMFT on April 11, 2020 in Progress Notes
A substantial body of empirical research has examined the implications of a father’s absence on a child’s well-being, supporting these five conclusions.
By The American College of Veterinary Behaviorists on April 11, 2020 in Decoding Your Pet
Yes, it is possible to socialize new puppies and rescues even during a time of social distancing.
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