New research that simultaneously measures brain activity in children and their parents offers insights into bonding.
Researchers comment on a new theory of human behavior in traditional societies and advocate for a new, fully integrated evolutionary theory of human behavior.
People diagnosed with schizophrenia have an increased risk of developing Parkinson’s disease later in life, researchers report. The reason could be due to alterations in the brain’s dopamine system cause as a result of dopamine receptor antagonists or …
An EEG study of couples embarking on romantic gestures, such as hugging and kissing, reveal positive emotions are mainly processed in the left hemisphere of the brain.
High levels of insulin during mid-childhood was linked to an increased risk of developing psychosis during early adulthood. Additionally, an increase in BMI during the onset of puberty, specifically in girls, was linked to an increased risk of depression.
Mothers with more than more child reported more sleep disruptions that mothers with just one child. The number of children did not impact the quality, or quantity, of sleep for fathers.
Promoting and maintaining a better gut microbial balance may help to protect against symptoms of anorexia in those with the eating disorder.
Cats may help increase empathy while reducing symptoms of separation anxiety in children with autism, a new study reports.
In most community settings, compared with doing nothing, mindfulness reduced stress, anxiety, depression, and increased wellbeing. However, in some cases, mindfulness may be no better than other practices to reduce anxiety and depression.
Study shows a combination of human and artificial intelligence optimizes the prediction of mental health problems, including psychosis.