By Kira M. Newman Called "cognitive reappraisal," this emotion-regulation strategy is one we often use inside our own heads
Validation, at last.
As we go through midlife, we may wonder whether we're permanently stuck with the personality we've had since our youth. Once you reach that certain age, you may worry that you'll be an eternal extrovert or, conversely, forever locked in the introvert's shell you've come to resent.
Recent research shows a link between your activity on Facebook and the degree to which you are a socially-disruptive person
Introversion is one of the most misunderstood dimensions of personality. What is the essence of introversion? Let's explore the core of the extraversion-introversion dimension of personality.
The researchers found that people who scored high for neuroticism -- a personality trait that would typically lead to a more
While it's profoundly difficult predicting the developmental trajectory of any single individual, new research suggests we can influence the odds that people will retreat within themselves or unleash the fundamentally human drive to explore and create.
Cognitive training works. But does it work equally well for all people? A new study suggests that the effectiveness of working memory training depends heavily on personality.
Since flow is so essential to creativity and well-being across many slices of life, it's important that we learn more about the characteristics associated with flow so that we may learn how to tap into this mental resource.
Remember that Greek myth of Narcissus who was so enamored by the reflection of his own image in a pond that he was unable