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.
A new study found that giving patients control over their exposure to spiders in one situation led them to choose more exposure in a second setup.
A teacher of children with hearing loss has involved them in specific theater productions to improve self-esteem, language and social skills.
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A new analysis has found that the different ways in which people interact with the natural world can significantly predict their overall quality of life.
Researchers in a new 8,000-person study have found five skills that are associated with better health and less loneliness in late adulthood: “emotional stability, determination, control, optimism and conscientiousness.”