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COVID-19 lockdowns have led to a range of cognitive and mental health issues, even among people who had no previous psychological problems. But socialising can help.
William James originally proposed four basic emotions (fear, grief, love, and rage) which still form a considerable foundation for current frameworks.
Evidence suggests that for success in the business world and general life, it's important to consider different perspectives when interacting with others.
This article outlines several behaviours and lifestyle tips which are important for maintaining self-control and becoming more successful as a result.
Research suggests that the number of residents registered in South Korea has decreased from 2011-2020, while the older population grew significantly.
Author of The Seagull Manager and Cofounder of TalentSmart, Travis Bradberry explains how leaders can acquire and use power for the sake of others.
Taking inspiration from Aristotle and films to the US military, Tony Prescott, a neuroscientist, explores whether robots and humans can ever be 'friends'.
The advance of AI and increased demand for mental health services due to COVID-19, has meant digital technologies are making major inroads into the sector.
While most people break New Year’s resolutions within a few weeks, this neuroscientist has six tips to help you through the process and stick with your goals.
Goal-setting works better if you focus on what you want instead of what you don’t want, according to a Swedish study of New Year’s resolutions by Stockholm and Linköping universities.
Who we spend time with evolves across our lifetimes. In adolescence we spend the most time with our family and friends, but as we age, we spend more time alone.
From prioritizing work and household chores, to catching up with friends and volunteering, this chart shows how people across the globe spend time.
New report highlights five shared principles that responsible organisations are embedding into their use of technology to combat mistrust and build industry consensus.
Researchers at MIT’s Center for Brains, Minds and Machines has discovered that humans need 3 critical capabilities to help solve physical problems.
Measures tracking mobility, such as Google Community Mobility Reports, showed that adherence to keeping our distance from others began to relax, likely caused by pandemic fatigue.