Tomorrow, Tuesday, June 20, advocates from across the country will join together for a nationwide advocacy call-in day to oppose the American Health Care Act.
Psychologists have found that talking to oneself can provide better reflective capacities and behavior management.
New research in the Psychological Science journal suggests imagination may be as important as willpower in making delayed-benefit rational decisions.
The first meta-analysis of police-community interactions, as recorded by body camera footage, shows officers using less respectful words and phrases with black community members than with white community members.
The Commonwealth Fund has published an extensive and interactive resource for comparing the health care systems of several countries.
A new article investigates treatments and early detection systems for children with antisocial tendencies.
One funeral home director’s dog bears out the research on pets lowering stress and takes it a step further.
A new study in the journal Psychological Medicine has found a direct association between loneliness and trouble sleeping in young adults.
A new study found that participants were more likely to adopt eco-friendly behaviors if they were told they could make a difference in the fight against climate change. Conversely, those who were told that climate change was out of their control exhibited less eco-friendly behaviors than they had before.
In a new study, psychologists found that those who participated in a randomly designed ritual were less likely to trust those they perceived as belonging to an outgroup.
A collection of recent studies and personal experience reveals the conflict between using phones for support and putting them aside when they interfere with intimate relationships.