Rosalind Watts is tackling depression with strong psychedelic drugs.
In Iceland, single moms are raising lots of happy, healthy kids. How do they do it?
Love bites. But research suggests we can deflect Cupid’s arrows and willfully control our lustful longings.
“Erica had a total breakdown … couldn’t function or stay employed, and had both psychological and physical problems … Every day it got worse.”
Dog and cat-lovers on the subcontinent increasingly are turning to pet psychics.
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Pakistan’s Jahangir Khan won 555 professional squash matches in a row — the longest winning streak in history.
The controversial psychologist has become an internet sensation by taking on gender roles and identity politics.
- Rising Stars
Millions listen to Esther Perel’s couples’ counseling podcast. Now she’s taking on the workplace.
- Good Sh*t
This fascinating exhibit takes words from millions of online dating profiles and re-maps the United States.
- Fast Forward
Teachers are finally being trained to deal with what has long been an academically linked social stigma.
A 1930s psychologist enrolled a pair of unwitting subjects — his own infant and an adopted baby chimp — to test whether nurture triumphs over nature.