A new study suggests that listening to happy music promotes more divergent thinking—a key element of creativity.
Researchers are using their knowledge of how human emotion develops to try to build robots that can feel.
"Thanks! A Strengths-Based Curriculum" features lessons to help students understand the meaning of gratitude and cultivate it in their everyday lives.
Learn how to create a work environment where people feel valued and appreciated.
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While much of the research on resilience focuses on individual strengths, it’s social support that may matter the most.
A new book explains how our attempts to influence others work (or don’t work) in the brain—and how to avoid being manipulated.
Are you feeling anxious, angry, or just plain overwhelmed at work? Here are some tips for how to manage these emotions and enjoy your workday more.
Self-compassion may be key to supporting teen mental health. Dr. Karen Bluth shares lessons from her mindful self-compassion program.
Research shows that dreaming is not just a byproduct of sleep, but serves its own important functions in our well-being.
Relationships today are facing challenges that are unique to modern times. A new book offers three strategies to help yours thrive.
A psychologist mines big data on teens and finds many ways this generation—the “iGens"—is different from Boomers, Gen Xers, and Millennials.
It’s hard to think pleasant thoughts—but a new study suggests a quick way to make it easier.
Before we cultivate more grateful workplaces, we need to address some common myths and concerns about gratitude.
New research suggests your phone may undermine your parenting. Here’s how to limit your own screentime.
Two new studies find that tying your self-worth to financial success hampers happiness and well-being—even for the well-off.