Depressed? Get Help At Work!

Evidence-based workplace depression prevention programs greatly reduce depression symptoms, according to scientists from Australia.

Rice Or Wheat? Crop Choice Could Influence Collectivism

Scientists suggest that growing the more labor-intensive crop of rice has led Southern Chinese to be more collectivist than their Northern wheat-growing counterparts.

Getting To Eureka

While it is logical to expect happy people to be more creative, SMU Assistant Professor Ronald Bledow’s research suggests that negative emotions may lead to particularly high levels of creativity.

Faulty ‘Reality Testing’ Leads To Dreams, Déjà Vu And Delusions

An academic suggests that several mental conditions have the same underlying cause, that of faulty 'reality testing'.

Have You Ever Been Stared At? It Could All Be In Your Head.

People often think that other people are staring at them even when they aren't, according to new research from the University of Sydney.

Meditation Allows Brain To Control Body Temperature, Say Scientists

Scientists report that the meditating brain can control core body temperature, a finding that could help in boosting immunity to fight infectious diseases or immunodeficiency.

Integrated Addiction Treatment May Help Trauma Sufferers

New research shows that people with addiction issues, who are frequently excluded from treatment for post traumatic stress, may in fact benefit from psychological therapy.

Do Babies Have A Built-In Moral Compass?

Is morality an innate human trait or are morals learned and acquired after birth?

Fukushima: Low Radiation Exposure, But High Psychological Distress

Fukushima residents suffered from low levels of cesium exposure while TEPCO workers suffered from high levels of psychological distress after the disaster, say two reports published in JAMA.