A new study suggests that autistic individuals have higher levels of stress and depression when they don’t feel accepted.
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The neural connection between gratitude and altruism is very deep, suggests new research.
A Q&A with Daniel Horowitz, who investigated the history of the positive psychology movement in America.
Research suggests that, like food and sex, information is inherently rewarding to the brain.
Here's what we know right now about meditation—and what we don't.
Research shows that dreaming is not just a byproduct of sleep, but serves its own important functions in our well-being.
A new book reveals how our minds make us careless and what we can do to overcome this.
A new study shows how our brains prevent “emotional spillover” from biasing our first impressions of new people.