This new study! That new study! We feel we’re getting closer to understanding human nature. But the wider context of what it means to be human can be missed unless we can be discerning and start to see more broadly.
Articles on: Psychology Research
Research Roundup 10: Psychiatric Diagnosis Discredited, Universal ‘Oneness’, Relationship Types and More
We are bombarded by new psychological facts every day, but we need to fit them together into a bigger pattern of what it means to be human if we are to gain any real wisdom from this information.
Research Roundup 9: Forgiveness, Depression Genes, Nature and Stress, Hypnosis and Dementia, and Pre-Op Hypnosis
The latest instalment of recent psychology research looks at why we’re prone to forgive other people, research that seems to debunk the old ‘depression genes’ theory, exactly how often we need to feel connected to nature to lower stress, and how hypnosis can help alleviate symptoms of dementia and calm pre-op patients more than pills.
Research Roundup 8: Teen Stress, Cultural Engagement for Depression, Humour in Marriage, Mindfulness for Anxiety, and Restorative Hypnosis
A look at recent research that explores the many ways humans can feel better.
An exploration of some recent findings from the world of psychology research.
Did you know your brain registers familiar faces, even if you don’t? A peek at five psychological studies and their relationships to everyday life.