From discussing failure to 'culture cafes', there are many ways research organizations can foster a culture that brings the best out of every individual.
According to the results of Gallup's 2018 Global Emotions Report which surveyed over 154,000 people across 146 countries.
New research shows that excessive work can negatively affect a number of aspects of our lives.
Eighty-seven percent of respondents in Finland said they were “very” or “somewhat” proud to be European.
Ari had a difficult time talking about his gender.
A neural network can learn speech patterns that denote unhappiness in clinical interviews.
New research suggests that an extended holiday is an important factor in promoting a healthy heart.
Lifestyle choices as well as health issues make memory trouble an issue for younger people as well.
A new report from Birmingham University highlights the need to train young people how to deal with life's challenges in a healthy way.
From 'girls suck at maths' to 'men are so insensitive', negative stereotypes can harm your confidence and performance. But there are ways to combat them.
Working too intensely is contributing to a decline in well-being and productivity in the workplace, new research suggests.
A new policy report from the American Academy of Pediatrics highlights the benefits of play and says kids need to be more allowed more time for free play.
Tropical Storm Nate left more than physical scars on Costa Rica - the impact on locals' mental health has been significant.
Happiness is a tricky thing to define, but research suggests there are ways individuals and organizations can promote it.
A Finnish cartoon character has become an unlikely hero for young Chinese, and even a symbol of resistance against compulsory socializing.