Fear and anxiety about terror attacks can alter brain chemistry, sometimes in ways that can increase your risk of death.
Science offers some simple suggestions for teaching kids to feel more grateful.
Psychologists have been trying for 40 years to divine the minds of those who commit brutal acts of terrorism. Do all terrorists have a particular personality disorder? DNews looks at the research.
Every child is a special snowflake. Or so their parents usually tell them. But how much praise it TOO much? How can parents raise children who don't become either entitled brats or despondent low-self-esteemers?
The extreme trauma of a terrorist attack like the one in Paris can take a widespread psychological toll on victims, relatives and even distant observers. Continue reading →
Understanding the terrorist mindset is a chief concern among security and intelligence officials around the world. Continue reading →
Humor can arise when something violates our ideas of identity and normalcy, while simultaneously seeming safe and playful.
Hallucinations are more common than you might imagine, and you don't even have to be on drugs or be in a psych ward to have them.
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