PsycPORT™: Psychology Newswire
October 10, 2019,
Research shows nicotine hijacks brain systems involved in learning, memory, impulse control and addiction.
Volunteer mentors read through messages posted in the boxes, deciding how best to act on them.
Suicide is the second-most cause of death among college-aged students.
Adjusting memory test scoring could help identify more women with mild cognitive impairment.
The odds of being treated for a mood or anxiety disorder was reduced each year since the last gender-specific surgery.
A study found dogs address multiple factors that contribute to cardiovascular diseases, including mental and physical health.
An increasing number of people have turned to the ancient technique to reduce stress, depression, and anxiety.
People lie to promote or protect themselves, and to hurt or avoid hurting others.
Adults whose parents seemed to have lied to them frequently were more likely to adopt intrusive, even manipulative, behavior.
People in their 20s and early 30s who suffered big drops in income did worse on thinking tests in middle age.
Long hours, low pay, rising demands and declining resources have taken a toll on the mental health of public school teachers.