Healthier at Home
An often-overlooked benefit of the pandemic: Working from home can be good for you, especially for women and other marginalized professionals.
Dads Just Want to Help
My late father was a generous and kind man, but often morose. He was troubled about matters large and small, be they the fate of the world or the water in the basement. I remember two
In Defense of the Psychologically Rich Life
What does it mean to live a good life? This question has been debated and written about by many philosophers, thinkers and novelists throughout the course of humanity. In the field of psychology, two main conceptualizations of the good
New Research From Psychological Science
A sample of research exploring life satisfaction and well-being, how men’s facial hair influences anger displays, working memory capacity and mind wandering, and the temporal dynamics of perceiving weight.
Putting Down Your Phone May Help You Live Longer
If you’re like many people, you may have decided that you want to spend less time staring at your phone. It’s a good idea: an increasing body of evidence suggests that the time we spend
It’s Not Your Salary That Counts – It’s How You Spend It
Consumption habits may play a stronger role than income itself in how people feel about their lives, a study suggests.