What’s Good, When, and Why?
Promising new work in emotion regulation suggests that the means by which we decide how to regulate what we feel — and even recognize our own emotions — might be the most productive areas for
At The Intersection of Culture and Mental Health
When it comes to mental health issues, Joseph P. Gone of the University of Michigan says that many American Indians prefer traditional therapies over therapies with European roots. This is a concern because US tribes
Anxiety Disorders and Depression Conference
Anxiety and Depression: Technology and New Media in Practice and Research April 4-7, 2013 Hyatt Regency La Jolla at Aventine (La Jolla, California) Contact: 240-485-1032 firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://adaa.org/resources-professionals/conference ADAA hosts the only conference focusing exclusively
Kurt Pawlik Honored for Contributions to Global Psychology
APS Fellow Kurt Pawlik, University of Hamburg, Germany, has received the 2012 APA Outstanding Psychologist Award for distinguished contributions to global psychology. Pawlik, who has been a professor at the University of Hamburg since March
Conquer Fear With Words
Many people spend Halloween celebrating, and even embracing, fear. But a psychology study suggests a new way to keep fear in check.
10th International Conference on Bipolar Disorders
The 10th International Conference on Bipolar Disorders to be held 13-16 June, 2013, is accepting proposals for presentations at the conference. For the first time in the history of the conference, the meeting will not