Fish can get depressed, just like you, and that could make them a good model organism for studying depression in people.
Psychotherapist Sepideh Saremi founded Run Walk Talk, a combination of "talk therapy with mindful movement" popular among entrepreneurs in Silicon Beach.
You're not just neurotic. There are scientific reasons behind frequent anxiety.
The work of a MacArthur-grant-winning psychologist explains how the unthinkable becomes acceptable — and how the change can be reversed.
We are trying to protect ourselves, but we're ultimately making things much harder.
When you need to feed your family, sometimes you just can't follow all the rules.
Out of the blue, Vanessa Potter lost her sight. As she recovered, her senses mingled — hearing and touch changed the way she saw colors. Her quest to understand why introduced her to new tech that uses sound to help blind people see.
Men react in a predictable way when they feel their masculinity is under threat.
Untrained adjuncts are being asked to do more and more emotional labor for students.
After a lifetime of lying to my parents about the racism I've faced in this country and my anxiety disorder, I'm finally being honest with them and with myself.
I was born with a dog, and it's not a good one. But I've learned how to live with it, and I've begun to see how many other people have dogs, too.
Only Russell Brand could stroll onto a stage and bring the topic at hand immediately to the heat death of the universe while citing Herman Melville.
The depiction of tragedy without any closure or catharsis is what makes "Black Mirror" unique compared to other shows on TV.
Why does this pungent delicacy give some the munchies, but send others reeling to the toilet?
Psychologists have long theorized that Chinese people experience their emotions more physically than other cultures. What does that say about me?
After observing grown-ups struggling with tasks, 1-year-old babies make more effort themselves.
Humans blink and twitch their eyes about a lot — so much so that we spend way more time functionally blind than you might think. That could explain why cuts in film rarely give us much trouble.
A caricature isn't a portrait of the person, it's a portrait of the idea of the person.
The arrival of fall and the start of classes seems to many like a beginning, for reasons ranging from biology to nostalgia.
Blind people don't sit around touching people's faces to get a sense of what they look like, but they do experience attraction and care about appearance, just like everyone else.
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