New type of wearable artificially intelligent system capable of predicting whether the a conversation is happy, sad or neutral.
What exactly are your kids retaining from the many superheroes they look up to?
Chickens have the ability to present distinct personalities, outmaneuver one another, determine specific order of things and reason by deduction.
Just a month away from seating at the highest position in the United States, president-elect Donald Trump faces another dire criticism as three psychiatry professors from leading Universities in the country express their grave concern over the mental stability of the next head of state.
A team of doctors and psychologists from Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and University of Manchester in England has identified the most effective treatment for patients suffering from social anxiety disorder.
Children suffering from clinical depression don't respond to rewards the same way as other children.
Denying women access to abortion is more detrimental to their mental health than undergoing an actual abortion.
Men were more likely to eat more in social gatherings to show off and boost their ego.
A new study from the University of Warwick revealed that many people are prone to believing fictitious events or events that never happened in real life.
The secret behind a successful gift-giving is learning to understand the needs and wants of the gift's recipient.
A new study from China revealed that older adults suffering from cataracts are also more likely to develop symptoms of depression.
The Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) gave the green light for the Phase 3 clinical trial of Ecstacy as treatment for post traumatic stress disorder or PTSD.
Children who perceived their parents as someone who were over-obsessed of their academic achievements are more likely to experience negative outcomes.
Men who tend to view themselves as superior to women are more likely to develop psychological problems than men who conforms less to the traditional norms of masculinity.
In a paper published in the Lancet Psychiatry, psychologist Christopher Boyle and mental health researcher Kathy McKay, suggest that telling kids that Santa or Father Christmas is real may actually lead children to be distrustful of their parents in the future.