How humans can fall in love with robots.
The One Minute Medical School explains the three levels of stigma: self, social, and structural.
A young boy diagnosed with ADHD makes a video diary about what life is like with it, followed by a studio discussion with a panel of experts about the disorder.
Psychologists who dabble in interior design and a color researcher are interviewed in a CBS News report.
KAUST Professor Pierre Magistretti discusses an experiment in that studied the brainwaves of two pianists as they performed together, looking for clues to synchrony and creativity in the brain.
In a small study from Helen Mayberg and colleagues at Emory University, depressed participants were randomized to either a medication or CBT, and underwent PET scans before treatment. Then the scans were analyzed to see if they were predictive of treatment response.
Sandra Yuen Mackay, an artist who has schizophrenia, discusses the connections between creativity and mental health.
Therapist Kati Morton describes making a suicide safety plan with clients.
A Zen Buddhist monk guides us through the brief mindfulness meditation “Pebble for your Pocket.”
New research published reveals that not all stress is bad for us, and sometimes it can be helpful.