Psychology Around the Net: January 13, 2018

Happy Saturday, sweet readers! This week’s Psychology Around the Net has the latest in Apple investors calling on the company

Starting School Early Affects Educational Attainment

A singular cutoff point for school entry results in age differences between children of the same grade. In many school

Psychology Around the Net: December 9, 2017

Happy Saturday, Psych Central readers! This week’s Psychology Around the Net takes a look at what “self-care” actually means for

6 Expert Tactics for Talking with Kids in Multiple Situations

Parents talk to their kids a lot. In a single day, they can issue a multitude of instructions, orders and

OCD and Virtual Reality

Exposure and response prevention (ERP) therapy is the evidence-based psychological treatment of choice for obsessive-compulsive disorder. Basically, the person with

What Does Conduct Disorder Look Like?

A conduct disorder involves both behavioral and emotional problems found in children who do not adhere to what is socially

Psychology Around the Net: November 25, 2017

Here in America, it’s been only a couple of days since Thanksgiving; however, a lot of you might know someone

The Real Power of a Power Ballad: How Music Shapes Our Moods

Like most people, music fuels a large part of my life. In times of emotional highs and lows, I turn

Neither Here Nor There: The Health Hazards of Commuting

I live in San Diego and am in a doctorate program in Los Angeles. 124 miles door to door. One