Since 2010, there has been an evolving perception of the consequences of expectations of beauty.
hen there is irrefutable evidence of serious and rapid climate change, why do we still have climate change deniers? What is their psychology?
Concerns about global warming first came to public attention in the 1970s. Why then, fifty years later, are we still not taking all the action that we need?
Does television create social change or merely document it? Does television drive the public agenda, or respond to it?
The ‘golden rule’ is something we are all familiar with but perhaps are unaware of its name.
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in several new behaviours that health experts want to discourage.
Politicians use emotional resources in their speeches depending on the type of debate and use emotive rhetoric strategically, mainly to attract voters.
Being attractive does not just mean looking great, wearing branded clothes, and being stylish.
Early online support for the Boogaloos followed the same mathematical pattern as Isis.
How people consume news is different than how human brains process other types of information on a daily basis.
I find it imperative that we relearn how to discern the truth from the deceit and corruption we are often now being faced with.
- Mental Health & Well-Being
Today on International Women’s Day, national domestic abuse charity Women’s Aid launches a dedicated service for professionals.
They say when you have to choose between ‘right’ and ‘kindness’, always choose kindness.
- Society & Culture
A new study suggests that a particular mix of personality traits and unconscious cognition is a strong predictor for extremist views.
With the absence of mental peace, an individual or group either gets involved in self-damage or tends to appear perilous for others around.