Can’t Sleep? Try Sticking Your Head in the Freezer.
A good night’s sleep can make us more empathetic, more creative, better parents and better partners, according to Aric Prather, a psychologist at the University of California, San Francisco who treats insomnia and is the
… According to most psychologists, humans are inherently social creatures; contact with others isn’t just a want—it’s a need. Deprived of it, people’s physical and mental health tends to decline. But the nocturnal people I
Listening to Music Near Bedtime Could Lure Sleep-Disrupting ‘Earworms’
Earworms can sometimes interject themselves into our dreams, where they can negatively impact our quality of sleep.
We’re Getting More Sleep. A Whole 18 Minutes. It’s Not Enough.
Years of scolding from health experts about a good night’s rest may be breaking through. Americans are finally getting more sleep — about 18 minutes more per weeknight compared with 2003. It may not sound
Back Page: Playing to Chronotype
Psychological scientist Royette Tavernier is staying closely tuned to her natural sleep-wake preferences to build a career investigating links between sleep and psychological and physical outcomes.
Teaching Current Directions in Psychological Science
Aimed at integrating cutting-edge psychological science into the classroom, Teaching Current Directions in Psychological Science offers advice and how-to guidance about teaching a particular area of research or topic in psychological science that has been