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People who experience warmer, more upbeat emotions may have better physical health because they make more social connections, according to a new study published in Psychological Science. ... More>
Fear of public speaking is the nation’s number one phobia. New research shows that learning to rethink the way we view our pounding heart and sweaty palms can help people perform better both mentally and physically. ... More>
Procrastination is complex in its causes and the ways it affects the lives of those who wait; the consequences can be taxing on your well-being. ... More>
Claremont McKenna College cmcmeatlab.com What does your research focus on? I study the influence of discrete emotions on social and moral judgment, with a particular interest in the adaptive importance […]... More>