The Best Medicine: Decoding The Hidden Meanings Of Laughter
Here’s how it usually goes: You’re working from home and you dial in to a conference call for the morning meeting. Everyone is cheerfully talking around the table. You can’t believe what a good time
Is our constant use of digital technologies affecting our brain health? We asked 11 experts.
With so many of us now constantly tethered to digital technology via our smartphones, computers, tablets, and even watches, there is a huge experiment underway that we didn’t exactly sign up for. Companies like Google
New Research From Clinical Psychological Science
A sample of research articles exploring psychopathy and interpersonal distance, negative urgency and emotion regulation, and maternal psychosocial risk profiles in pregnancy.
Why Doctors Hate Their Computers
On a sunny afternoon in May, 2015, I joined a dozen other surgeons at a downtown Boston office building to begin sixteen hours of mandatory computer training. We sat in three rows, each of us
We Just ‘Fell Back’ An Hour. Here Are Tips To Stay Healthy During Dark Days Ahead
When it comes to turning back the clocks on our devices, technology has us covered. Our smartphones automatically adjust. But our internal clocks aren’t as easy to re-program. And this means that the time shift
Cognitive Training Focused on Consequences May Promote Healthier Habits
Interventions to reduce unwanted behaviors often focus on retraining people’s mental associations, but showing people the consequences of the behaviors may be more effective.