Psychology

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Daylight Saving Time saves no one

Changes to time, and routine, can mess with our sleep. That doesn't just hurt our physical health — it makes us lonely.

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Body image concerns are universal

A new app helps researchers understand the true extent of our insecurities.

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Kids these days

Humanity has been complaining about ‘kids these days’ across cultures and generations for at least 2,600 years.

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Using stimulants to cram for exams ruins sleep and doesn't help test scores

Students looking to gain an academic edge by taking Adderall and other stimulants will find it backfires.

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Advice for introverts: fake it, and you'll be happier

Research suggests the happiest introverts may be extraverts.

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That online hotel review you wrote? It matters

Ratings act as free advertising for hotels with good reviews, a new study finds.

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How embracing awe may set you free

Waiting can cause anxiety for almost anyone, but a new study shows how awe can dispel its effects.

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The trip of an after-lifetime

A growing community of researchers are approaching near-death experiences from an academic standpoint.

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22 percent of young men engage in ‘disordered eating’ to bulk up

Skinny self-image, heavy workouts in adolescence are warning signs of ‘disordered eating’ researchers find.

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How to make your kid like broccoli

Recency bias is the parenting technique you've been missing.

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