I Didn’t Think Birding Was for Me. Now It’s My Favorite Self-Care Hobby.
… That’s a big part of what I like so much about birding: It’s a way to pay attention. Practicing mindfulness and being present in the moment can be rather difficult, and doing it when you’re out
Predictive Modeling Could Help Put Patients With Depression on the Right Path
Precision medicine, informed by predictive modeling, offers a promising avenue for helping patients and practitioners decide on the right combination of medication and therapy.
Mindfulness Hurts. That’s Why It Works.
Some years ago, a friend told me that his marriage was suffering because he was on the road so much for work. I started counseling him on how to fix things—to move more meetings online, to
New Research in Psychological Science
A sample of research on helping and risk preferences, monkeys’ logical reasoning, mindfulness, impression formation, retirement and purpose, perceptions of the self, rewards and visual perception, listening fatigue, and the pursuit of extraordinary experiences.
When “Om” Sounds Like “I’m”: Mindfulness and the Context of Self
Mindfulness, when practiced outside of the context of interdependence, may encourage people to advance personal well-being instead of prosocial goals.
Ships at Sea: Exploring the Mysteries of Self and Consciousness
Psychological scientists are exploring the myriad ways consciousness influences the highs and lows of human experience.