Thomas Rutledge, Ph.D., is a Professor-in-Residence in the Department of Psychiatry at UC San Diego. As a researcher, Dr. ...
From ghosting to orbiting and submarining, technology keeps elaborating new ways for people to avoid the emotional labor of ...
In the last decade, behavioral scientists concluded that their field had taken a wrong turn. Efforts to root out false ...
As modern schedules, stress, and technology tax our ability to get a good night's rest, researchers have gained new insight ...
Amy Alkon invented the “science-help” genre. Alkon synthesizes scientific findings from across disciplines—neuroscience, ...
Ira Helderman, Ph.D., LPC, teaches in the Department of Human Development Counseling at Vanderbilt University. He has written ...
Mark Setton, D.Phil., who teaches at the University of Bridgeport, is the co-founder and CEO of Pursuit of Happiness. He has ...
Katarina Valentini, MA, is a qualified integrative-relational psychotherapist, an IIPA certified psychotherapist, a ...
Reactive attachment disorder (RAD) is a rare condition of emotional dysfunction in which a baby or child has difficulty forming a bond with parents or caregivers due to early neglect or mistreatment. ...
Jeremy Howick, Ph.D., is a clinical epidemiologist and philosopher of science. He did his Ph.D. at the London School of ...
April Eldemire, LMFT, is a licensed marriage and family therapist with more than 15 years of experience helping couples ...
Being tough on yourself, especially when you've gone in the wrong direction, can make you stronger. But when you can't turn that voice off, it can limit your potential. Fortunately, there are proven ...