For our 100th episode, host Dacher Keltner sits in the guest chair and tries one of the most popular happiness practices.
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Boredom can be a temporary emotion or a sign of a deeper issue, says a school psychologist.
A new study investigates which components of an apology foster forgiveness and reconciliation between groups.
Here's a simple way to boost kids' motivation, illustrated by one of our favorite children's books.
A new study finds that positive online interactions with peers can be a social lifesaver for adolescents during lockdown.
Challenge and crisis have shaped the lives of today's college students. Where do they go from here?
Follow these four steps to help students develop a sense of agency over social problems.
Restorative practices—taking responsibility, making amends, and seeking forgiveness—are an alternative to strict punishments and blame.
A therapist explores the psychology of coming back from the big pandemic pause.
This month, give support and get support.
This month, make time for fun and rest.
Our contributors award "Greater Goodies" to the TV shows that helped them to get through the pandemic.
Mindfulness developed in a communal culture—so it might not have the same benefits for people who are more independent.
While letting your negative emotions out may feel good in the moment, science suggests it might make matters worse in the long run.
Bestselling author Michael Pollan tries to get more out of life by temporarily giving up one of his pleasures.