A new book on anxiety from The Atlantic editor Scott Stossel is wonderful. So, naturally, we had a few questions.
Use these three basic, behavioral science-informed tips to help you stick to your 2014 New Year’s resolutions.
A new study provides a strong argument for doing whatever you can to exercise this week. Then, eat all the Christmas ham you want.
It might be best to cancel that holiday party. Research suggests forcing coworkers to mingle can be damaging for relationships between diverse members of staff.
More and more people around you are being diagnosed with depression or ADHD, but is that an illusion? By Jesse Singal.
Nobel-winning psychologist Daniel Kahneman explains his problem with people using the term ‘behavioral economics.’
A new book reveals why a third of Americans convinced themselves they’re depressed—and what we can do to get sensible diagnoses. Historian Edward Shorter speaks to Jesse Singal about depression hysteria.
CNN correspondent Candy Crowley was right on the narrow question of whether Obama called the Benghazi attack an act of terror, but conservative bloggers have rushed to condemned her as biased. By Jesse Singal.
The effect holds even for people who haven’t lost their homes, but only live near those who have. Will it tip the election? Jesse Singal reports.