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Holding on to the Blues: Depressed Individuals May Fail to Decrease Sadness

Even when depressed people have the opportunity to decrease their sadness, they don’t necessarily try to do so, researchers find. ... More>


Attention to Angry Faces May Predict Future Depression

A prospective study using eye-tracking technology shows that an attentional bias toward angry faces predicts future depressive episodes among women with a history of depression. ... More>


Everyday Routines Make Life Feel More Meaningful


Life Satisfaction Linked With Mortality Risk in Older Adults

A longitudinal study involving nearly 4,500 people shows that greater life satisfaction in adults age 50 and older is related to a reduced risk of mortality. ... More>


2015 Golden Goose Award: THE MARSHMALLOW TEST