Crayola, Old Navy and Disney are among the brands making colorful masks for children. Child psychologists see this as a positive step toward “normalcy.”
New data show that Americans are suffering from record levels of mental distress.
Casual connections with people we encounter in the course of daily life can give us the sense of belonging to a community.
Choose the right time. Be vulnerable. Don't try to solve all their problems.
It can be comforting. But be careful
Scientists have long studied play to gain insights into the developing human mind.
Children are incorporating Covid-19 into pretend play.
In a long career at Stanford, he was known for elegant experiments that explored how we learn and how we remember.
Instead of just agreeing to a request while letting the disdain slowly build, make a well-informed decision.
Some therapists find that remote therapy is so convenient to their patients that they will continue with it.
School is over. There’s no camp. It’s so boring. Here’s how to be your tween’s creative collaborator instead of the boss.
His research helped inspire “Outliers,” Malcolm Gladwell’s best-selling book on the keys to excelling.
The digital companions may sound like science fiction. But when social isolation became the norm, they helped deal with the loneliness, some users say.