Scientific Meeting » The NIMH Director’s Innovation Speaker Series: Diagnosing Resilience: A Multisystemic Model for Positive Development in Stressed Environments

On January 7, 2020, Dr. Michael Ungar will present “Diagnosing Resilience: A Multisystemic Model for Positive Development in Stressed Environments,” as part of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Director’s Innovation Speaker Series.

Scientific Meeting » Making Health Care Transition Work for Youth with Autism: Youth and Parent Perspectives and National Resources

On December 13, 2019, the National Institute of Mental Health is sponsoring a webinar about transitioning from pediatric to adult health care for youth with autism.

How Is Your Heart This Holiday Season?

Kimberly Key Ph.D.
, 11/12/2019 | Source: Psychology Today

The phenomenon of holiday stress takes a toll on health. Addiction, loneliness, depression, holiday heart syndrome, and death are all dangers.

One-Click Spending and the Money Misery Hangover

Michael F. Kay
, 11/12/2019 | Source: Psychology Today

Give yourself the gift of peace and contentment by making good decisions for yourself and your financial well-being.

Of malevolence and morality: Psychopathy dimensions are conducive to helping in highly-distressing moral dilemmas due to greater focus on helping execution vs. consequences

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, 11/12/2019 | Source: Psychology

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Counterintuitive Moves

Linda and Charlie Bloom
, 11/12/2019 | Source: Psychology Today

The downside of doing what comes naturally.

Does Talking to Your Pet Mean You're Smarter?

Hal Herzog Ph.D.
, 11/12/2019 | Source: Psychology Today

The internet is rife with articles claiming that people who talk to their pets are smarter than people who do not. Is this a scientific fact or fake news?

Quick Opinions Are Strong Opinions

Andrew Luttrell Ph.D.
, 11/12/2019 | Source: Psychology Today

How quickly people are able to give their opinions says a lot about how influential those opinions are and how difficult they are to change.

Are Holidays with the In-laws a Pain in the Gut?

Traci Stein Ph.D., MPH
, 11/12/2019 | Source: Psychology Today

That malaise you've noticed after each Christmas with your in-laws? It's not all in your head. The proof is in the poop.

5 Stages Experienced by Those with Chronic Illness

Toni Bernhard J.D.
, 11/12/2019 | Source: Psychology Today

Not everyone will go through these stages in the same way or in the same order that I have, but I’m confident that this piece will sound familiar.