How Emotionally Intelligent Are You?

How Emotionally Intelligent Are You?

We frequently associate the word “intelligence” with figures like Sherlock Holmes. He’s analytical and sensible, not always excellent with people, but gosh darn it if…
Sleep and Biological Rhythm Changes between Late Pregnancy and Postpartum have been linked to Depression

Sleep and Biological Rhythm Changes between Late Pregnancy and Postpartum have been linked to Depression

Anxiety and depression can reduce mothers’ quality of life during the peripartum period (the three months before and after giving birth). A recent study linked…
Experiments from the Past Help, There is a Psychologist Hiding under My Bed

Experiments from the Past Help, There is a Psychologist Hiding under My Bed

If you wanted to listen in on unsuspecting young university students’ talks without their knowledge or agreement before the introduction of commercial tape recorders, you…
Heart-focused Anxiety raises your Chances of Developing Mental Health Problems

Heart-focused Anxiety raises your Chances of Developing Mental Health Problems

Mental health, which refers to a person’s emotional, psychological, and social well-being, is an important component of overall health. Mental health is concerned with how…
Researchers find Creativity may help Surmount Barriers to Distal Imagination

Researchers find Creativity may help Surmount Barriers to Distal Imagination

Humans use their imaginations a lot, whether it’s thinking about what to make for dinner later tonight or imagining what someone on the other side…
Stanford Prison Experiment

Stanford Prison Experiment

In 1971, psychologist Philip Zimbardo and his colleagues set out to create an experiment that saw the effects of being a prisoner or prison guard.…
What is Postmodernism?

What is Postmodernism?

Postmodernism is a widespread movement that developed throughout philosophy, art, architecture, and criticism in the mid-20th century and marks a departure from modernity. The terms…