Men have long been silent and stoic about their inner lives, but there’s every reason for them to open up emotionally—and their partners are helping.
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How our thinking is related to depression and anxiety.
Jutta Joormann Ph.D. on January 4, 2023
COVID-19 affected the mental health of many, particularly those with pre-pandemic conditions. These are some possible explanations as to why.
Jutta Joormann Ph.D. on July 30, 2022
Being self-critical may lead to managing emotions in the worst way. A new study shows how the two are related in adolescence.
Jutta Joormann Ph.D. on August 2, 2021
How COVID-19 impacted social-emotional development for children and adolescents.
Jutta Joormann Ph.D. on July 1, 2021
Our mental health prior to a traumatic event influences how well we cope with trauma.
Jutta Joormann Ph.D. on June 23, 2021
A new study combining neuroimaging with tracking participants' geographical movements shows that going to new places increases happiness.
Jutta Joormann Ph.D. on May 4, 2021
Maternal depression may render children more sensitive to criticism.
Jutta Joormann Ph.D. on March 29, 2021
Take a deeper look at the way we use our memory to imagine our future, and how this process is different for people with clinical depression.
Jutta Joormann Ph.D. on January 30, 2021
A new study sheds light on new directions for treating anxiety.
Jutta Joormann Ph.D. on December 7, 2020
How did Covid-19 influence our kids and what can we do about it?
Jutta Joormann Ph.D. on July 13, 2020
The pandemic is impacting our mental health, but there is something simple that could help us cope: Sleep.
Jutta Joormann Ph.D. on May 18, 2020
Can adoption have healing qualities? New research suggests that it can, but it takes time to see the results
Jutta Joormann Ph.D. on January 31, 2020
Teenagers are very sensitive to social influence. Though they can make good decisions and exercise cognitive control, being around peers may weaken their ability to do so.
Jutta Joormann Ph.D. on December 11, 2019
How do you interpret social events? Depression and anxiety may play a role.
Jutta Joormann Ph.D. on September 24, 2019
Pregnant women usually pay more attention to infant distress compared to women who don’t have children—but this may not happen when they are depressed.