What an Enormous Global Study Can Tell Us About Feeling Better During the Pandemic
During the pandemic, I’ve spent a lot of time alone. I live by myself. I work from home. At times, I experienced fits of fidgetiness and restlessness, contributing to feelings of burnout. Here’s what helped
ISSBD 2022 Conference
The International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development conference will be held June 19 – 23, 2022.
Video: A Closer Look at NIH’s High-Risk, High-Reward Research Program
These NIH programs are designed to function like a “venture capital space” for transformative research.
From Stress to Distress: Virginia Tech Professor on the Expectations on Simone Biles to Win
Mental health experts are taking a closer look at the reasons why U.S. gymnast Simone Biles withdrew from the women’s team final at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo over stress. A Virginia Tech professor
How One British Isle Persuaded Its Citizens to Get Vaccinated
When you need to engage and persuade people on an issue or topic that matters deeply to them, it’s natural to leverage logic and reason as a way of ensuring your message is heard. However
The Puzzling Psychology of Procrastination and How to Stop It
You’re procrastinating right now, aren’t you? Don’t worry, we’re not judging. But we are here to tell you that you’re not alone: an estimated 20 per cent of adults (and above 50 per cent of students) regularly procrastinate.