In a recent mega-analysis, researchers from Leiden University aimed to clarify the contradictory findings of research into social anxiety disorder. They found that to obtain reliable research results having the largest possible sample size is important.
News of terrorist attacks is on TV almost daily, and the threat of terrorism affects everyone, including children. Being aware of our reactions and enhancing our sense of control may help us to handle both children’s fears of terrorism and our own.
“Oh if only I could go back to being 25, it was the best time of my life! Nothing to worry about, nothing to fear”. Indeed, your twenties are great, there’s a world of possibilities right in front of you! You only have to make the right decisions…
Psychologists working in practice have to make decisions about clients, with limited time and information. New data-analytic algorithms may provide empirical research results that are more efficient and easier to apply in psychological practice.
Half a million people have suffered from bullying at work in the past year. And 80,000 of these people have been structurally humiliated, excluded, verbally abused, or threatened (TNO). What do we know about how workplace bullying affects our health?
Adolescence is a period in life during which many changes occur. For most adolescents these changes just happen and have no further detrimental implications for their daily live. However, for some adolescents this period is not without consequences. Video.