43% of children with insomnia symptoms continued to suffer through adolescence into adulthood.
Self-diagnosing can hide an array of potential risks and dangers. From sourcing inaccurate information to miscalculating the gravity of symptoms.
Many people turn to social media for health-related information, the significant downside is that self-diagnosis can be extremely hazardous.
- Mental Health & Well-Being
Flow Neuroscience Reveals That There Is a Higher Demand for Depression Treatment During the Pandemic
As the pandemic affects mental health in UK populations, medical device company Flow Neuroscience has seen an 80% increase in demand.
- Cyberpsychology & Technology
Scientists used animated humanoid avatars to study how non-verbal cues influence people’s behaviour.
Current processes to identify indecent images of children require digital forensics analysts in police forces to review images and make a decision.
Aviva reveals that Brits lose almost 43 nights’ sleep a year worrying about making the right decision.
Many of us think that games are only for kids and teenagers and that most adults do not show the same interest.
If someone is seen as having an extroverted personality trait (so being very sociable and outgoing) then this will not change throughout their lives.
As adults, it’s easy to see the attention-seeking behaviours of kids on social media.
Nearly two-thirds of middle-aged and older adults in Canada report adverse childhood experiences.
By the time children are 3 years old they already have an adult-like preference for visual fractal patterns commonly seen in nature.
A new study from the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology shows that the behavioural responses to COVID-19 differed by age.
Prevent cognitive decline by maintaining healthy habits, good social connections and staying physically active.
We somehow between our adolescent and adulthood stopped playing, as being an adult play is perceived as inconsequential and unrewarding.