Envy vs jealousy, disease vs illness These are just three examples of psychological terms that are commonly assumed to be similar, if not identical, but which actually refer to very different concepts.
Here, a doctor she shares her personal reflections of the journey up Mount Kilimanjaro, the tallest mountain in Africa, and what helped her achieve success.
A goal of bipolar treatment should not just be symptom reduction, but helping the person to make the most of their gifts and abilities.
Is the key to being happy as simple as thinking of the glass as half-full rather than half-empty?
Everyone knows what anger is like - but what some people may not know is that there are benefits and disadvantages to this emotion.
What can you do when you're just so angry with friends or family? An anger expert has some advice for you.
To explain more about Alzheimer's, the Mayo Clinic's Glenn E Smith, PhD, shares some of his knowledge about this mental illness.
Intelligence is important in academics, but it's not everything. Reserchers are finding psychological & biological links between intelligence and curiosity.
Research by psychological scientist suggestings that the amount of practice accumulated over time does not seem to play a huge role in becoming an expert.
What does commitment to your marriage really mean? Here's an answer based on an analysis of 172 married couples over the first 11 years of marriage.
Scientists found even high-performing schools don’t influence their students' abstract reasoning, suggesting that test scores don't help cognitive abilities