Psychology

Psychology | Personality

To Tell Someone They’re Wrong, First Tell Them They’re Right

A philosopher’s 350-year-old trick to get people to change their minds is now backed up by psychologists.

Psychology | Psychology

Mattias Desmet about Mass Formation and modern society

An unique interview with Mattias Desmet, (PhD Psychology, university of Ghent), on Tucker Carlson Today show.

Psychology | Psychology

New study sheds light on the positive and negative impacts of dog ownership on psychological wellbeing

Dog is said to be man’s best friend, but does pet ownership actually improve quality of life? Though that is a popular belief, a study published in Frontiers in Psychology suggests that owning a dog can actually be related to an increase in anxiety and

    Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

    How the White House nutrition conference may tackle Americans' unhealthy diets : Shots - Health News : NPR

    The way many Americans eat is fueling chronic disease. Here are seven big ideas from the White House's upcoming nutrition conference for how to improve Americans' diets.

    Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

    3 Simple Habits That Can Protect Your Brain From Cognitive Decline

    These three habits help your body, and also have a positive impact on your brain.

    Psychology | Parenting and Kids

    The Best Ages for Kids to Learn to Read, Speak New Languages, and Other Skills

    Parenting a new human means making sure they have all the skills they need to thrive. But that can be a stressful proposition—not least because of all the conflicting advice out there.

    Psychology | Personality

    So ‘Quiet Quitting’ Is Actually Just … Work?

    The latest trend in job-releasing energy is “quiet quitting,” a confusing concept that’s recently exploded on TikTok pushing back on hustle culture. And yet, when users define it, it sounds a lot like just … doing your job.

    Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

    The 9 Safest Seafood Options

    The health benefits of eating seafood are well known, but so are the health risks. In stark contrast to the healthy lean protein and variety of vitamins, minerals and omega-3 fatty acids found in fish is the threat of contamination with metals, chemicals,

    Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

    Stop drinking, keep reading, look after your hearing: a neurologist’s tips for fighting memory loss and Alzheimer’s

    When does forgetfulness become something more serious? And how can we delay or even prevent that change? We talk to brain expert Richard Restak

    Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

    How Polio Crept Back Into the U.S. — ProPublica

    U.S. public health agencies generally don’t test wastewater for signs of polio. That may have given the virus time to circulate silently before it paralyzed a New York man.

    Psychology | Psychology

    How Tavistock Came Tumbling Down

    I was a nurse working on a team that recklessly prescribed puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones to kids. I blew the whistle in 2005. Now the government is finally listening.

    Psychology | Psychology

    Research: Depression is probably not caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain

    A new study from academics at UCL may change the way we view and treat depression. Find out more about the implications.

    Psychology | Psychology

    14% of students quit college because of mental health challenges | Fortune

    Mental health struggles prevented a significant portion of students from earning their college degree, according to a new report from Sallie Mae.

    Psychology | Psychology

    5 Signs You Are Making Your Anxiety Worse

    Letting go of your struggle with anxiety is key to its effective management.

    Psychology | Research

    Women's Health Survey

    We are seeking women to take an online survey (~15 minutes) in order to better understand their reproductive health.

    If you are at least 18 years old and are female, you are eligible for an exciting new research study!

    Psychology | Psychology

    An Unusual Sign of Depression | Psychology Today

    Stimulation-seeking behaviors such as theft and infidelity are often overlooked.

    Psychology | Psychology

    Abortion

    Abortion, the medical or surgical termination of a pregnancy, is one of the oldest, most common, and most controversial medical procedures.

    Psychology | Psychology

    Can a child with ADHD lead a normal life?

    Our agony aunt, Mary Fenwick offers her advice to one woman who asks: can a child with ADHD lead a normal life?

    Psychology | Psychology

    5 Symptoms of Repressed Anger

    Many people see anger as something bad, something they need to suppress, hide away, or quickly undo. Contrary to this common impression, however, anger is a natural emotion—neither good or bad, it just is, and it serves a function.

    Psychology | Psychology

    Why Are High Achievers Often Unhappy?

    The inner force that propels them to achieve greatness can cause discontentment.

    Psychology | Psychology

    New brain scans may reveal why psilocybin is such a potent antidepressant

    A new study shows psilocybin facilitates communication among different neural networks in people with depression in a way traditional SSRIs do not.

    Psychology | Psychology

    Why can't I enjoy music when I'm depressed?

    Experts explain what stops the brain from translating music into pleasure.

    Psychology | Mass psychosis

    Why Did so Many Fall for the Covid Narrative? - The New American

    A hidden global coup uses mass-formation psychosis, propaganda, and corporatism to promote its transhumanist agenda and the fourth industrial revolution. ...

      Psychology | Psychology

      Anyone Can Be Trained to Be Creative - Neuroscience News

      A new method, based on narrative theory, helps spark creativity and innovation in people.

      Psychology | Psychology

      The Important Difference Between Sympathy and Empathy

      Effective leadership is all about understanding which tool to use at the right time.

      Psychology | Psychology

      How to handle the trauma of war from afar

      Evidence-based advice from psychologists on how to manage the trauma of war from afar.

      Psychology | Psychology

      How Loneliness and Burnout Are Connected

      The "always on" work culture is today’s norm — but our never-ending routine is taking a toll on our connections and our well-being.

      Psychology | Psychology

      New psychology research uncovers an interesting link between inflammatory responses and depression

      People who experience high inflammatory reactivity to socially stressful situations are more likely to develop depressive symptoms, according to a new study published in Psychological Science. The findings provide new insights into how interpersonal stres

      Psychology | Psychology

      Improving sibling relationships

      Psychologists’ research shows that long-lasting relationships are more critical than many people think and offers insights on how to improve them.

      Psychology | Psychology

      Psychologists help mitigate bias in Army leader selection program

      Two decades of longitudinal research is at the heart of the new Army leader selection program.

      Psychology | Psychology

      Is It Time You Acted? | Workplace Coach Blog

      Workplace bullying, it's time you acted. Concrete reasons for getting off the sidelines.

      Psychology | Psychology

      Handling Employee One-Uppers and Hotheads | Workplace Coach Blog

      Strategies that work when you deal with employee one-uppers and hotheads

      Psychology | Psychology

      Identifying & Outsmarting Bullies. | Workplace Coach Blog

      Just provided a short webinar showcasing: the 7 bully bully types; how to handle the bully’s initial confrontation without being …

      Psychology | Psychology

      How Mental Illness Shaped the Works of These 5 Artists

      The link between art and mental health problems is a popular topic of discussion. The individual circumstances of artists suffering from and being influenced by psychological disorders vary.

      Psychology | Psychology

      People who conceal information in their day-to-day lives are more willing to form online relationships

      A new study suggests that a person's openness to forming online relationships is associated with their tendency to conceal personal information about themselves. The research has been published in the journal Personal Relationships. ...

      Psychology | Psychology

      TikTok Is Worse Than You Thought

      Delete TikTok Before It's Too Late... Tiktok is a psychological weapon and is one of the evilest businesses in modern history. TikTok is trash because Tikto...

      Psychology | Liberal psychosis

      Following Statewide School Mask Mandate Suspension, Illinois Teachers Begin Harassing and Threatening Students - Teachers Union Vows Maskless Children "Will Be Dealt With"

      On Friday, central Illinois Judge Raylene Grischow granted a temporary restraining order to temporarily suspend the Illinois Department of Public Health and the state board of education’s requirements for masks, vaccines, and weekly coronavirus testing

      Psychology | Mass psychosis

      Some People Will Follow Authority – “The Science” – to Their Doom  ⋆ Brownstone Institute

      And, even after the most cataclysmic events predicted by “The Science” have not come to pass, there remains a core group of true believers who are convinced “The Science” had simply gotten the date or the variant wrong and that the End of Days are

        Psychology | Psychology

        Dr. Reiner Fuellmich - Prof. Mattias Desmet (English)

        The English only version of Reiner Fuellmich's interview with Professor Mattias Desmet. Always worth a relisten because the game is still playing out.

        Psychology | Psychology

        Differences in men and women's brains may reveal better ways to treat depression

        Scientists uncovered biological mechanisms that can, in part, explain why men and women experience severe depression differently.

        Psychology | Psychology

        A Catholic perspective on COVID ‘mass formation psychosis’ with Franciscan University professor

        A Catholic perspective on COVID ‘mass formation psychosis’ with Franciscan University professor at LifeSite

        Psychology | Psychology

        WHY DO SO MANY STILL BUY INTO THE NARRATIVE? #MassFormation

        Does it sometimes feel like you’re surrounded by people who’ve been hypnotised in some way? Well, maybe you are.My guest tonight is Mattias Desmet, Professor...

        Psychology | Psychology

        Workplace Quicksand: Don’t Step Into It | Workplace Coach Blog

        workplace quicksand: what's really beneath many conflicts, and how to avoid and fix them

        Psychology | Relationships

        'Like Shaking Up a Snow Globe': Clarity and Confidence in Divorce Decisions

        When someone is in the process of making a decision about whether to stay in a marriage or to pursue a divorce, research from the National Divorce Decision-Making Project shows that they often think about how it will impact their children, finances, perso

        Psychology | Psychology

        Nuke Fear: An Extra Christmas Gift You Owe Yourself | Workplace Coach Blog

        Perhaps fear has been a slithering snake whispering “danger” in your ear. Possibly fear has stopped you from swallowing words …

          Psychology | Psychology

          Billions Of People Are Affected By This & They Don't Realize It | Dr. Robert Malone 2021

          Dr. Robert Malone, inventor of the mRNA vaccine, breaks down the "mass formation" phenomenon that makes it difficult to reason with those who have fallen vic...

          Psychology | Psychology

          COVID-19 a Pandemic of Fear 'Manufactured' by Authorities: Yale Epidemiologist

          The COVID-19 pandemic has been one of fear, manufactured by individuals who were in the nominal positions of ...

          Psychology | Psychology

          You Were Doing Fine Until . . . What To Do When Something Unexpected Takes You Down | Workplace Coach Blog

          Personal coaching: what to do when something unexpected takes you down

          Psychology | Psychology

          Is Everyone Looking at You? | Psychology Today

          Although it feels like we are in a spotlight, people fail to notice many things.

          Psychology | Relationships

          For Most Couples Who Stay the Course, Marriage Gets Better With Time: An Interview with Paul R. Amato

          Most previous research appears to back up the common assumption that marriage generally declines in quality over time. However, a fascinating new study led by sociologist Paul Amato challenges the myth that couples who stay married are destined for an un

            Psychology | Psychology

            Be a Man

            Gender theorists know what they are doing when they target children. We should know what we’re doing when we fight back.

            Psychology | Psychology

            Why do we wake around 3am and dwell on our fears and shortcomings?

            The thoughts are often distressing and punitive. Strikingly, these concerns vaporise in the daylight, proving that the 3am thinking was completely irrational and unproductive. But why?

            Psychology | Psychology & Psychological Research

            What makes a TED Talk go viral? These 5 nonverbal patterns may explain | TED Blog

            Science of People asked 760 volunteers to rate hundreds of hours of TED Talks looking for body language cues.

            Psychology | Psychology

            What We Need to Get Through This - Workplace Coach Blog

            What we need to get through this. Working together. Healing ourselves first.

            Psychology | Psychology

            You Knew She Was Depressed, But Suicidal? Now What? - Workplace Coach Blog

            Your coworker is depressed, possibly suicidal, what can you do?

            Psychology | Psychology

            The Toxic Workplace and You - Workplace Coach Blog

            Toxic workplace: how has it impacted you, what do you want your leaders to realize?

            Psychology | Psychology

            Vaccine passports linked to COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy

            Participants who felt their need for free will was unmet were particularly unlikely to say they would take the vaccine. 

              Psychology | Education

              Opinion | The Cost of the School Shutdowns

              A new McKinsey study documents the severe student learning loss.

              Psychology | Psychology

              Report: Therapy Is Often Successful at Treating Gender Dysphoria | The American Spectator | USA News and PoliticsThe American Spectator | USA News and Politics

              Transgender activists repeatedly assert that the only way to help someone who experiences gender dysphoria (meaning a person feels they...

                Psychology | Psychology & Psychological Research

                Burnt Roses: Facing Loss and Grief

                Grief comes boxed in many different packages. The death of a loved one, a routine visit to the ...

                Psychology | Psychology

                Biden Admin Expands Tuition Breaks For Future Teachers, Removes GPA Requirement To Provide Access To ‘Students Of Color’

                The Biden administration announced a plan to expand tuition breaks for future teachers and remove GPA requirements for grant recipients in hopes of providing access to “students of color.”

                Psychology | Psychology

                Here's How To Tell if You're an Outgoing Introvert | Well+Good

                You may be an outgoing introvert if you thrive in social settings, but tend to feel depleted once they're over—and crave alone time.

                  Psychology | Psychology

                  U.S. Embassy Waves Pride Flag at Vatican - CatholicVote org

                  CV NEWS FEED // The U.S. Embassy to the Holy See sent a message Tuesday by flying the LGBT “Pride” rainbow flag at the Vatican. “The…

                    Psychology | Psychology

                    Depression: A Family Affair

                    Can depression be passed on to future generations, and if it can, how can treatment help?

                    Psychology | Psychology

                    The three feelings that mean you need to learn how to say "no"

                    Three therapists give advice on how to establish boundaries when you want to say "no."

                    Psychology | Psychology

                    7 clear signs you're overthinking your job

                    While we all overthink decisions from time to time, there’s a point where constant ruminating takes a negative toll on your mental wellbeing.

                    Psychology | Psychology

                    Worried about your forgetfulness? This Harvard-trained neuroscientist may put you at ease

                    A neuroscientist-turned-novelist explains how memory works, and how forgetting is a normal part of life.

                    Psychology | Education

                    Critical Race Theory: What It Is and How to Fight It

                    No longer simply an academic matter, critical race theory has become a tool of political power. To borrow a phrase from the Marxist theoretician Antonio Gramsci, it is fast achieving “cultural hegemony” in America’s public institutions. More and mor

                    Psychology | Education

                    A cry from the heart against rot in education

                    The Brearley School is a private all-girls school on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. It costs $54,000 a year to attend and, according to Bari Weiss, prospective families apparently have to take an “anti-racism pledge” to be considered for admission.

                    Psychology | Education

                    California Weighs ‘Equitable Math’: Goal of Obtaining Correct Answer Is Racist

                    California is considering a math framework that asserts the goal of getting a correct answer in math is an example of racism.

                    Psychology | Psychology

                    Why Is Making Friends So Hard?

                    True friendship is one of life's greatest joys ... and, for many, one of its most elusive.

                    Psychology | Psychology

                    Locked-Down Women Discover True Freedom

                    It's the home-based woman who finds the most freedom for the things that matter.

                      Psychology | Psychology

                      Children Who Don't Listen to Their Parents Make Higher Salaries, Study Says

                      Children who have a tendency to break the rules are likelier to earn more than their peers, a 2015 report notes.

                      Psychology | Psychology

                      5 Research-Backed Tips for Dealing With Boredom, Courtesy of Psychologists | Inc.

                      Psychology can help you push through this last, incredibly dull part of the pandemic.

                      Psychology | Psychology

                      Why 'revenge bedtime procrastination" is linked to control at work

                      Bedtime procrastination is something overloaded workers all over the world are familiar with, even though they know it’s bad for them. But why exactly do we do it — and how can we stop?

                      Psychology | Psychology

                      36 Questions That Can Make You Fall In Love Fast! In Less Than An Hour | Gonitz Experts

                      In 1997, Professor Arthur Aron, an expert in personal growth psychology at Stony Brook University in New York, published a study describing a scientific

                      Psychology | Psychology

                      Waking Up at 3 a.m. Every Night? Here’s Why, According to 3 Sleep Experts

                      You woke up in the middle of the night, and even though you’re exhausted, you just can’t seem to settle back down. Why did you wake up at 3 a.m.? We asked three sleep experts to solve the mystery.

                      Psychology | Dominion

                      Trump: SolarWinds Breach “May Be China,” MSM Won’t Admit For “Financial Reasons”

                      "There could also have been a hit on our ridiculous voting machines during the election," said President Trump.

                      Psychology | Psychology

                      Unconscious learning underlies belief in God, study suggests -- ScienceDaily

                      Individuals who can unconsciously predict complex patterns, an ability called implicit pattern learning, are likely to hold stronger beliefs that there is a god who creates patterns of events in the universe, according to neuroscientists.

                      Psychology | Psychology

                      Why science says the pursuit of happiness has a dark side - CNET

                      As counterintuitive as it might sound, chasing happiness so closely could be making us miserable.

                      Psychology | Psychology

                      New psychology study provides insight into fundamental cognitive processes linked to dogmatism

                      Dogmatic individuals tend to form less accurate judgements thanks to a generic resistance to seeking out additional information, according to new research ...

                      Psychology | Dominion

                      Genius Patriot Edward Solomon Discovered The Exact Dominion Algorithm That Transferred MILLIONS of Votes! [VIDEO]

                      American “Deplorable” patriots are truly amazing people! A man named Edward Solomon appears to have cracked the code on the Dominion software and discovered the exact ratio they used to switch MILLIONS of votes! This is highly illegal. It is t