Deep breathing and the calming effects of meditation may be directly linked to neurons affecting our emotions.
A recent study shows that different types of music help evoke what type of memory people remember.
Experts suggest that emotions should be taught in schools.
Empathy is a classic trait of humans where we commonly offer comfort to friends and family members that are hurt or sad. However, a new study reveals that humans are not the only animals with empathy in their system. Prairie voles are also known to console each other in their tough times, just like humans do
Latest study proves that dogs are indeed a man’s best friend. They are also the only creatures outside of humans to have the ability to comprehend emotions
According to the latest study, neural circuits that are linked to the creativity centers of the brain gets altered when the artists try to express their emotions
A study by Brigham Young University offers a glimpse to a future where websites are technologically capable of knowing their users’ emotions through the mouse cursor movements, patterns, speed, and precision.
Coolness increases a person's chance of winning online poker games, according to a new study.
A new study reported that an educational preparation program can reduce the risk of complications for pregnant women dealing with high levels of stress.
A new study reported that a science based gaming-app can help reduce anxiety levels.
Lowering the brain's pH may treat anxiety disorders, according to a new study.
Turning off the lights may enhance decision-making skills, according to a new study.
In a new study, an international team of researchers found that fear of childbirth could lead to the development of postpartum depression in women.
Common emotions like love can trigger strong bodily sensations like a warm, pleasurable feeling all over the body, a new study has found.
People who are in tune with their own thoughts and emotions are less affected by positive rewards according to a new study.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.