emotional health Stories
- Two separate groups of cells within the brain's amygdala help us assign emotion, good and bad, to our experiences.
- The United States ranks unlucky number 13 on the World Happiness Report 2016, while the number one prize goes to Denmark.
- This robot reads your galvanic skin response to each profile appearing on Tinder and then correctly swipes right or left.
- Service with a smile constitutes “emotional labor,” a business practice that is not only unjust but may lead to employee burnout.
- Infants who are repeatedly exposed to anesthesia may suffer from long-term changes to their emotional behavior.
- While teens may be going to sleep later these days, those who do are more likely to perform worse academically and to have emotional problems later in life, according to a new study.
- Chatroom use among vulnerable young people could be causing more harm than good.