Mental Health

Creative people fear less about dying: Study

WashingtonD.C [US], Dec. 2 (ANI): In a recent study, scientists from the University of Kent have found that creative achievement can provide a buffer against being anxious about death.

Majority of depressed people get inadequate or no care at all

Washington D.C. [US], Dec. 1 (ANI): According to a recent study, the vast majority of people with depression across the world receive inadequate treatment or no care at all.

Men, women look things in different ways, proves study

Washington D.C. [USA], Nov. 30 (ANI): A recent study, published in the Journal of Vision, has found that men and women look at someone's face differently.

Social comparison on Facebook leads to depression

Washington D.C. [USA], Nov. 29 (ANI): A recent study has found an association between social comparison on Facebook and depression.

The Lancaster University review of existing research suggested that comparing yourself with others on Facebook is more likely to lead to feelings of depression than making social comparisons offline.

Men take note! Sexism may harm your mental health

Washington D.C. [USA], Nov. 22 (ANI): Being sexist may affect your mental health, says a study published by the American Psychological Association.

Your curiosity level predicts creativity quotient

Washington D.C. [USA], Nov. 18 (ANI): According to a recent research published in Personality and Individual Differences journal, people with strong curiosity traits are creative problem-solvers.

Check out for a new aspect of 'mind wandering'

Washington D.C. [USA], Nov. 2 (ANI): Giving a new aspect to what psychology traditionally call "mind-wandering," a review of brain imaging studies led by researchers at UC Berkeley and the University of British Columbia has offered a new way of looking at spontaneous versus controlled thinking, challenging the adage that a wandering mind is an unhappy mind.

Wellbeing interlinked with managing emotions: Study

Washington D.C. [USA], Nov. 2 (ANI): We generally reframe a situation to get a hold over our emotions.

But a new study suggests that using this reappraisal strategy in situations we actually have control over may be associated with lower wellbeing.

Risk of violence in romantic relationships increased due to psychopathy

Washington D.C. [USA], Oct. 27 (ANI): A UBC study has found that people with higher levels of psychopathic tendencies are more likely to assault their romantic partners. They are even more likely to drink alcohol.

Risk of violence in romantic relationships increased due to psychopathy

Washington D.C. [USA], Oct. 27 (ANI): A UBC study has found that people with higher levels of psychopathic tendencies are more likely to assault their romantic partners. They are even more likely to drink alcohol.

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