Highly neurotic individuals can be capable of major creative breakthroughs, as well as debilitating emotional breakdowns.
When relationships end, the conventional wisdom is that it's women, more than men, who are devastated for moths and years. But a new study suggests women may actually bounce back from breakups with relative vigor, while some men are never the same.
See how a traditional 'smiley face' fares against the more newfangled chat icons.
In 1879, a physician named Benjamin Ball coined the term claustrophobia after observing patients of his who had some trouble with both closed spaces and heights. Over time, the list of spaces that could cause the disorder has grown long.
Even subtle changes in facial muscles can alter a persons perception of our trustworthiness.
Kids who are bullied are more likely than those who are mistreated by adults to suffer from mental health issues, a new study finds. Continue reading →
It's safe to say we're all pretty up on the psychological hallmarks of stress -- the generalized freak-out state that makes mush of our minds. But what's going on inside our temples of high anxiety?
The brain isn't an organ we typically think about when we consider love, right? It's all about the heart, isn't it? But not to researchers who trained fMRI scans on the brains of people in love.
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