As millennials continue to leave traditional Christian religions, interest in Wiccan and pagan practices have seen increased interest in recent years, a trend also spotted among young people and on college campuses.
Author: Daniel Steingold
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Nurses batting mental health issues of their own are more likely to make medical errors on patients, a new study finds.
Author: Amina Zafar
An in-person hug is much more effective than 'liking' a post or texting an emoji.
Author: Ben Steverman
Being manipulative and mean isn't the secret to success, a new study by two psychology professors says.
Author: James Titcomb
Every Wi-Fi connection is potentially vulnerable to an unprecedented security flaw that allows hackers to snoop on internet traffic, researchers have revealed.
Author: Imperial College of London
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Patients taking psilocybin to treat depression show reduced symptoms weeks after treatment following a 'reset' of their brain activity.
Author: Caroline Davies
Research using brain scans finds people experience feelings of contentment from places more than from objects such as photographs or wedding rings.
Author: Kate Sheridan
The benefits of meditation may have been seriously overhyped, a group of psychologists, neuroscientists, Buddhist scholars and mindfulness teachers warn—and the evidence to support mindfulness as a treatment certainly has been.