When shopping, reading, watching TV and judging other people we have little access to what’s going on in our own minds.
People around the world value happiness – that is, feeling good – above intelligence, success and even material wealth.
Psychologists are skilled at inventing unusual tests of human thought and behaviour, but some research is pretty weird.
A classic 1931 experiment shows how the mechanics of our own problem-solving are often a puzzle to us.
When you change your attitude about something, do you know why?
How do great artists create? Listen to them try to explain and you’ll probably be disappointed.
Happiness is all about everyday, normal activities, psychologists have argued, but do we intuitively understand what strategies increase happiness or not?
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