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Neurobiologist Robert Sapolsky explains how your first 25 years will shape the next 50.
The structured nature of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and its clearly defined principles (based on the links between thoughts, feelings and behaviours) make it relatively easy to train practitioners, ensure […]
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Both schizophrenics and people with a common personality type share similar brain patterns.
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Knowing how to tell a good story is like having mind control. Alan Alda shares some incredible tips for captivating a crowd—or nailing your next job interview.
The popular concept of introversion often differs from how psychologists define the term, but a new model seeks to clarify exactly what being an introvert means.
A new study suggests that sensitivity to the emotion of disgust affects one's attitudes on immigration.
There is an old adage, “take stock of the company you keep”. As it turns out, we are more tolerant of people who have similar negative personality traits as us.
Recent research suggests what we thought we knew about social trust judgements may be all wrong.
Your ring-to-index finger ratio can tell a lot about what you’re good at and even what mental disorders you are prone to.