Here Are Some Insights From People Dealing With Mental Illness, Courtesy of Reddit
"What screws us up most is the picture in our head of how things SHOULD be."
A new study offers potential assistance to the nervous chair-squirmers.
More evidence for a "weekend effect" on health outcomes, this time affecting childbirth outcomes.
It turns out Americans in general are cool with the government banning offensive things, and they have been for a long time.
How one academic paper partially derailed the fight against campus rape.
This could help explain what's going on on campuses.
"Slow down" seems to be a very important message for police officers dealing with people in crisis.
It suspended her for expressing an opinion on a partisan issue, which — whether you agree with the rule or not — she clearly did.
Some issues really do affect men more.
How we fool ourselves into freaking out about "kids these days" over and over and over.
Behavioral economic insights can help us understand the Empire's big, repeated blunders.
It's human nature not to, and not worth shaming people over.
The bubbles follow you ... forever.
A new article traces the history of a damaging, exploitative technique — and ponders the question of why it's getting millions from the Department of Education.
Three of the kids got so upset, the experiment was halted.
To some people, it certainly feels like college students are getting more and more mentally ill. The truth is much more complicated.
“It's sometimes the case that when bloggers are responding in real time, they're looking at one small slice of it without looking into the one bigger picture in which it fits.”
Losing a parent to jail throws the world into chaos.
We're constantly trying to reconcile what we want today with what might kill us decades from now.
A new study offers mixed results on "expressive" writing but adds to the evidence that personal writing, overall, has some therapeutic benefits.