A new book suggests ways we can infuse more peak experiences into our work and everyday lives.
And what does it mean to believe that there is a "true self" inside of everyone?
It’s hard to think pleasant thoughts—but a new study suggests a quick way to make it easier.
When people look at robots, chimpanzees, or beetles, they tend to see themselves—which might reveal something about how our brains work.
A new series of studies finds gratitude helps people with cardiovascular disease get healthier.
We need to take on the myths that sustain the abuses of power, argues Dacher Keltner.
A new book reveals how long-term meditation can lead to profound improvements in our mind, brain, and body.
We can cultivate empathy throughout our lives, says Roman Krznaric—and use it as a radical force for social transformation.
Saying “no” can be really hard. But Christine Carter has a three-step plan to get there.
The backlash against protests by Colin Kaepernick and other athletes raises scientific questions about body language, power, and group dynamics.