From the yearly archives:
A new study finds that when positive events happen to European Americans, they do not increase happiness as much as for Japanese, Asian Americans and Koreans.
Sherif's Robbers Cave experiment, a classic study of prejudice and conflict, has at least one hidden story.
Claims of a 'happiness gap' come from evidence finding that in the last 35 years women's subjective well-being has been in decline.
In her new book, Elyn, R. Saks describes the monumental challenges she faced in her journey through madness.
Most industries have long since adopted the mantra that increasing choice means increasing profits.
Some of my favourite research in psychology finds that expressive writing can benefit both physical and mental health.
Our well-being isn't just affected by what we think about, but also how we think.
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