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Middle children are supposedly excluded and sour, and although this isn't necessarily true, it nevertheless instills some psychological side effects.
How to raise a confident child is an important question parents have to tackle as they set their kids up for success. As a parent, it's your job to support your child as they attempt to tackle difficult tasks. Keep reading for 21 tips from psychologists on how to raise a confident child.
If someone you know is behaving in a lot of these ways, you don't want that so-called 'friend' in your life. Toxic people are always competing with you, are obsessive, and tell bare-faced lies.
A new documentary chronicles the lives of triplets separated at birth in a controversial study — here’s how scientists continue to use twi...
A new documentary, "Three Identical Strangers," follows triplets involved in a secret experiment of nature versus nurture. Here's a look at the history of twin studies and why scientists are fascinated with them.
Forgetting your most cringeworthy moments is easier said than done, but there’s an easy way to prevent them from haunting you for life
Awkward moments — and we all have them — don't have to follow you around forever. Try focusing on the non-emotional details of the memory, like what you were wearing that day.
A judge has ordered the Trump administration to stop giving detained migrant children mind-altering drugs. Here’s what they do.
A federal judge found US government officials in violation of child welfare laws for putting detained migrant children on mind-altering drugs without a guardian's consent. The drugs are used to treat mood disorders, but can cause symptoms of those disorders as well, such as anxiety.
Psychological reasons someone might fall in love with you include the fact that you own a dog or that you're wearing the color red. Love, apparently, isn't always rational.
Signs of high intelligence include curiosity, openness, and adaptability. If these sound familiar, you might be smarter than you think.
If you’ve ever accidentally poured milk in the bin or put your keys in the fridge, new research could explain why
Thinking about an action can make our bodies involuntarily do it. This could be why we sometimes do strange things, like throwing teabags straight in the bin instead of in a mug — especially when we're multitasking.
It’s not your imagination — scientists say other people are probably watching, even when you think they aren’t
A psychology study suggests that we underestimate how much other people pay attention to us. But they're not necessarily interested in the flaws that we're fixated on.