Silence in mental illness comes in many forms. Some of it is even empowering.
Are You Binge-Watching Too Much? How To Know if Your TV Habits Are a Problem
Most addictions are symptomatic of other underlying problems.
‘Revenge Bedtime Procrastination’: The Story of Our Lives
Staying up late in the night for no reason? Psychology might have an answer.
Do You Look Like Your Name?
Eight studies have found that when people were shown ID-style photos of people they'd never met, they were often able to correctly select the person's first name.
‘Relationship Glasses’ Shape How We See the Good, the Bad and the Ugly in Our Partners
People create beliefs about their romantic partner that affect how they respond to them and interpret their behaviour. These beliefs can act as rose-tinted glasses, or as a darker …
Narcissistic Leaders: Even Children Fall for Their Superficial Charms
Does our penchant for unfit but charismatic populists trace back to our playground politics?
A Mind That Stinks of Death
I struggle between a vision to change the world and a dying, strangled motivation that seems to whoosh out of me every chance it gets.
‘Doctor G’ Shows the ‘Liberal Man’ a Mirror and It’s Not a Comforting Picture
Anubhuti Kashyap reverts Hindi cinema’s male gaze and remains in control of her film.