Part II of this series explores how media and social media work with negativity bias in the brain to further debilitate our children’s ability to function safely in the world.
Does behavioral intervention change brain activity in autism? A new study suggests it does.
If you’re anything like us, you want to be understood and respected by your partner. This can be hard when you have vastly different ways of communicating!
Are you feeling the effects of the pandemic?
Behaviorism is, largely, the idea that psychology should only be concerned with observable actions. While limited, this old-school approach is highly relevant today. Here’s why.
Anthropologist Roy Richard Grinker explores the roots of mental illness stigma in his new book.
Mental illness diagnoses should supplement neurology with social, cultural, and environmental factors
Before the rise of Stalin, the early USSR was a place of much innovation in child psychology. Pioneering psychologists Grunya Sukhareva and Lev Vygotsky in particular made history.
What does “High Functioning Autism” mean? Many autistic adults feel it means, “You don’t look autistic to me,” and it leads to misunderstanding of them and their need for support.
Medication can help people with ASD avoid alcohol and drug addiction.