Watching TV Too Often Can Make Kids Not Ready For School
TV can be good for entertainment and information. However, too much TV can also be distracting as well. Watching TV too often can make kids not ready for school.
New Brain Training Can Help People Be Happy
Being happy always needs a positive attitude in life. A new brain training can help people be happy.
Sleep Trackers Can Actually Produce More Sleep Problems
Sleep trackers can be useful if used in the right way. However, sleep trackers can actually produce more sleep problems, as a study finds.
Body Shaming Out; Chubby Is The New In: Find Out How Miss Universe Canada Made Waves At The Miss Universe 2016 Coronation Night
Considering that body shaming is rampant nowadays, how does one stand out from the sea of beauties and superficial body measurements? How essential is it for a person to actually stand up against body shaming? As Miss Universe Canada has been a victim of it, find out how she managed to make it and survive with flying colors. Here are the details.
How To Cope With Failure: Psychology Unveils Benefits of Defeat
Psychologists offer simple advices on how to cope with failure in a socially and financially competitive world. Surprisingly, dealing with failure also has its advantages.
Santa Claus Is Coming To Town: How Child Psychology Gets Affected By The Myth
How do you tell your child the truth about Santa? Psychologists explain the importance of good timing and other tips to ensure your child will adjust well once the myth is expelled.
Guys In The Friend Zone Have 'Hidden Agenda', Psychology Says
A recent study reveals that guys who are friend zoned have "hidden agenda" and are often manipulative and narcissistic. Psychologists explain the behavior and offer tips on how to avoid being friend zoned altogether.
Hallucinogens Relieve Depression Of Cancer Patients
According to Psychology, a single dose of a mind-altering compound contained in psychedelic mushrooms significantly lessens mental anguish in distressed cancer patients. The study is published in the Journal of Psychopharmacology online Dec.1
Are You A Sex Addict? Unfaithful To Your Relationship Or A Nosy Parker? This Paperclip Test Tells What Kind Of Personality You Have
Must Try: The Paperclip Test To Determine The Type Of Personality You Have, But How Accurate Can This Test Be? Find Out How Psychiatrists Have Designed This Test; The Details, Find Out Here
Last Song Syndrome: Why Do Tunes Get Stuck In Our Heads Anyway?
How do songs even get stuck in our head that long? Find out what experts say.
People Should Hang Out With An Ugly Crowd To Look More Physically Attractive, Recent Psychological Study Suggests
Join an ugly crowd if you want your beauty to shine the most.
Dogs behave like human babies when their owner is around
Humans and dogs have enjoyed a close bond for thousands of years, and now we know one of the reasons - a new research shows that dogs have a need for security from their owners similar to the need a human baby has from his or her parents.
Personality is influenced, not inherited (at least in birds)
The nature vs. nurture debate in the formation of personality has been raging for decades. Results are in from a study of zebra finches, and the birds say nurture wins out.
OCD And Hoarding Disorder Are No Longer The Same Thing
According the DSM-5 update, hoarding and OCD exhibit different symptoms and are now defined separately.