Three new books on the challenge of drawing confident conclusions from an uncertain world.
Category Archives: Psychology and Psychologists
The prevalence of mental illness in the music industry is higher than among the population as a whole, surveys show. In Britain, a new help line seeks to provide support.
Tempted to grab that once-in-a-lifetime eclipse snapshot? Feel free: Taking pictures helps people engage with and remember experiences more deeply, according to new research.
The sex columnist Dan Savage and others take on the relationship dynamics in “The Flying Dutchman,” at the Metropolitan Opera through May 12.
A new literary genre, which might be called anti-self-help, is now upon us. It’s filled with profanity.
Researchers found that big hip swings and asymmetric arm and thigh movements give the impression of being a better dancer.
“The Undoing Project: A Friendship That Changed Our Minds” looks at the groundbreaking collaboration between the psychologists Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky.
Catrine Clay’s book explores Carl Jung’s tortured soul, his wife’s challenging discoveries and their role in the early years of psychoanalysis.
Dr. Browne, the syndicated radio and television therapist, dispensed advice, earnest inspiration and gentle goading for nearly four decades.
Kristin Dombek’s book, subtitled “An Essay on the Fear of Narcissism,” shows how a clinical term metastasized into a sweeping description of our entire culture.