New research identifies a key brain region involved with procrastination and suggests how to manage emotions to reduce procrastination and cope when we do put things off.
Qualitative research sheds light on a critical phase of paternal development by taking a deepdive into first-time fathers’ attitudes during the third trimester.
Research on closeness and sexuality suggests that greater enjoyment is based in how much we include the other person in our own sense of self.
New research from the perspective of relatives and romantic partners sheds light on common problems in relationships involving pathologically narcissistic people.
Narrative-based research unearths the experiences of struggling students and suggests what needs to change.
Research sheds light on how personality and giftedness are related.
COVID-19 lockdown suddenly pitched millions of people in isolation. Studying how people cope under extreme circumstances provides useful insights for dealing with adversity.
Social exclusion and feeling threatened drive moral judgments of others.
Severe loss may evoke stigmatizing responses from others. Research sheds light on how people tend to react and suggests ways to support those in greatest need.
Research identifies specific parenting factors that make inauthenticity more likely—and suggests avenues for intervention for personal growth.