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Tagged With Psychology

Wellbeing coaching is as good for a business as it is for employees' health -- here's why


There's new evidence that magic mushrooms could be among the safest recreational drugs


There are 3 warning signs a couple's relationship could be at risk after having a baby


Why being awkward makes you more likely to succeed


Most scientists say you shouldn't hit the snooze button -- here's how to snooze the right way


12 mind-expanding TED talks to watch if you've got 5 minutes or less


Journalists drink too much, are bad at managing emotions, and operate at a lower level than average, according to a new study


Scientists have discovered 5 personality traits linked with a long life


3 core lessons from the book Bill Gates recommends to every new college graduate


7 science-backed ways to appear more attractive



9 mind-expanding TED talks to watch if you've only got 10 minutes


Powerful experiments show how rituals teach us to trust our neighbours -- and mistrust outsiders


No, you don't have a separate 'drunk' personality


6 signs the new employee at your office won't last very long


A top psychologist says 'never give up' is bad commencement speech advice


A psychologist says a simple word swap can make you more successful on a daily basis


Here's why it feels like you have no free time, in one chart


The story of an Ivy League MBA dealing with a failed business highlights 2 questions to ask when you're feeling down on your luck


A psychologist explains why self-esteem is a 'sham'


The 'dogs from the cellar' is a perfect metaphor to explain how your childhood still influences your relationships today