Teens may not be wrong when they see their social troubles as matters of life and death.
People’s overconfidence can be confused with competence, while their paranoia can elicit the very anger and rejection they’re seeking to avoid
A new study explores the rarely examined benefits of college binge drinking, which must be understood for effective prevention
Ranking high in the social hierarchy is a good predictor of robust health — in both monkeys and humans.
There’s a reason the term “designed by committee” is not a compliment.
Imagine there was one changeable factor that affected virtually every measure of a country’s health— including life expectancy, crime rates, addiction, obesity, infant mortality, stroke, academic achievement, happiness and even …