Neuroscience suggests that, while it may be unfashionable, humans’ ability to mentally transport ourselves into the future is one of the key distinguishing features of our species.
It’s time to re-assess the role of bad moods in our lives.
Putting pressure on children can affect their attachments as they grow up, and cost them their confidence.
New research suggests being a workaholic can lead to other psychiatric disorders.
Dr Travis Bradberry looks at some things that you can avoid in order to increase your emotional intelligence and performance.
A happiness expert says being happier on a daily basis could be based in hedonic adaptation - changing small things causes us to feel happier.
Sisu doesn’t really have a direct English translation. It covers characteristics such as strength of will, bravery, resilience, hardiness, perseverance and determination
Mental illness impacts individuals, families, societies and economies. What can employers to do help?
It’s the biggest cause of disability and ill-health worldwide, but it is all too often stigmatized or overlooked.
From the root causes to the most recent treatment options.
Scientists have discovered a gene mutation that lets certain people function on barely any sleep.
Living near to trees, parks and other green spaces cuts depression and obesity, according to new research.
Although sleepy people had trouble interpreting happiness and sadness in a recent study, they had no problem doing so with other emotions—anger, fear, surprise, and disgust.
New research suggests that caffeine may have the potential to boost the power of an enzyme in the brain shown to protect against dementia.
Research suggests that a diet high in fat and sugar can also have a significant impact on our cognition.