Researchers have revealed the typical trajectory of optimism we experience throughout out lives, and it's generally good news for people in their 50s.
Shedding these nine habits will increase your productivity and allow you to enjoy the positive mood that comes with increased self-control.
Maximizing workforce productivity in a era of constant change means being aware of both employees' aspirations and emotional needs.
New research suggests that we have two peaks of creativity throughout our careers. Conceptual innovators experience theirs at 25, whilst experimental innovators experience one in their mi...
We all experience boredom, but new research suggests our reaction to it may be down to our personality. More than that, boredom can actually drive creativity and action in some people.
Wim Hof, also known as the 'Iceman', has an amazing ability - he can maintain normal body temperature even when exposed to freezing temperatures for long periods of time. But how does he ...
Our April pick for the World Economic Forum Book Club was Beth Comstock's book, Imagine It Forward: Courage, Creativity and the Power of Change. Throughout the month, her inspirational re...
Negative feeling around the world is at a record high, according to a new report.
Latin Americans 'laugh, smile and experience enjoyment like no one else in the world', according to the latest Global Emotions Report.
Researchers have revealed the surprising truth about how we make decisions - most of the time we use a lot less information than we think.
Neuroscientist Sara Lazar found that people who practiced meditation had more gray matter in the part of the brain linked to decision-making and working memory: the frontal cortex.
Excessive screen time at a young age could lead to an increasingly sedentary lifestyle in adulthood, as well as altering cognitive development, according to guidelines from the World Heal...
Research suggests that workplaces are filled with distractions, causing frustration for workers and hitting productivity as well.
As everyone tries to have a lie-in on World Sleep Day on 15 March, here are the nations that are best at bedding down and why it matters more than you think.
Active people feel just as good as those who don't do sports, but who earn around $25,000 more a year, say researchers at Yale and Oxford.