Not all young adults adapt to change easily. According to a new study, those who are adaptable are more likely to have a higher self-esteem.
Each individual deals with stressful events in different ways. Cognitive reappraisal, a common emotion management strategy used by many in those events may actually be more harmful than helpful in certain cases according to a new study.
Bonobos, apes recognized as one of man’s closest relatives, deal with emotions the same way as we humans do.
Keeping a lid on your emotions can actually knock years off your life, a study at Harvard School shows.
In a new study, researchers found that college students who lied in their texts took longer to respond.
Just one glass of wine may be enough to impair your ability to read other people's emotions and body language, according to a new study.
Researchers report that even mild stress can lead to difficulty in controlling emotions.
Researchers confirmed that brain scans can detect emotions ranging from happiness to anger based on brain activity.
People can feel pain just by witnessing others in agony, according to a new study.
One in three women believe that having an extramarital fling can actually save their marriage, a new survey reveals.
Study reports that people who are generally happier on a day to day basis have better sleeping experiences.
Two separate studies conducted by the University of Duisburg Essen in Germany show that humans respond to robots with empathy whether they are shaped like humans or dinosaurs.
Researchers found that arguing near a sleeping infant can still have negative effects on the infant's brain.
People with emotional problems during early childhood, especially women, may be at a higher risk of developing heart diseases during middle age, according to a new study.
A new study suggests that emotional memories like witnessing a car wreck or encountering a poisonous snake get imprinted in our memories. However, how exactly our brain processes these situations and what part of it gets stored in our memory and what doesn't is apparently determined by our sleeping brain.