An interview with Johann Hari, the author of a groundbreaking new book on the roots of depression.
To have a better conversation about the problem, within college football and beyond, we need to examine how trauma affects the brain The Jameis Winston case works well for this To have a better conversation about the problem, within college football and beyond, we need examine how trauma affects the brain .
Everything we do changes our brains. But do the skills we learn in “brain training” games amount to a general boost in our cognitive abilities?
Our forebears were less depressed and anxious than we are today, sociologist Jean Twenge concludes after studying the frequency of symptoms associated with these conditions.
Those who are active on social media during this contentious presidential campaign may find themselves either firing off or being hit with nasty language, or both. Here's some advice for more civilized participation in online exchanges.
The health professions make a grave mistake when they treat mental illnesses as “discrete brain conditions that are largely genetically determined and barely influenced by the slings and arrows of misfortune,” writes clinical psychologist and researcher Richard Bentall.
Money is a divide across which many people feel comfortable hurling scorn. But the rich suffer depression and loneliness too -- and for very real reasons, say their psychologists.