What we say "says" a lot, but the sounds we make while or before we say something might bring the strongest message, according to a new study.
Researchers at Brigham Young University found in a new study that your computer mouse knows when you are angry based on the mouse movements and the speed of your cursor.
It's probably just a phase if you're teen is having troubling controlling emotions.
Don't get too angry. After all, everything passes--that, and science shows that excessive anger can shorten your lifespan.
For the study, researchers at Binghamton University recruited 160 women--60 of whom had dealt with depression in the past and 100 of whom had no history of depression. Each of the participants were shown a series of two faces, one with a neutral expression and the other with a sad or happy expressio...
Being bullied as a child may double the risk of depression for adults, according to recent findings published in JAMA Psychiatry.