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Articles About Emotion and Mental Health

The Science of Emotional Intelligence in Boosting Personal and Team Productivity
Unveiling the potential of emotional intelligence can wield a remarkable impact,

How to Deal With PTSD from Childhood Trauma in Your Mid-40s
By acknowledging and addressing the effects of past experiences, individuals can move forward with a healthier and happier life.

4 Tips To Manage And Treat Anxiety
Anxiety is a feeling that comes and goes, but for others, it can be an extreme emotion that hinders one’s ability to enjoy life and function normally.

5 Ways To Improve Your Self Esteem
Having a low self esteem, which means having a negative outlook on yourself and a general lack of confidence, can cause both your mental and physical states to decline.

5 Reasons to Be in Touch With Your Emotions
The emotions you experience on a daily basis can motivate you to act and influence the huge and minor decisions you make in your life

5 Ways to Be More Positive in Life
There are steps you can take to be more positive on a consistent basis, and these five techniques should help.

The Link Between Perfectionism and Anxiety
Everyone knows at least one perfectionist. They’re hyper-critical of their own work, almost to a fault. And according to a growing body of research, there’s a good chance they also suffer from an anxiety disorder.

Why Do We Have Regrets?
It's a natural human feeling and something we all experience multiple times throughout our lives. Regret is something we never want to feel but it is inevitable.

Behind Every Fear is Success – How to Conquer Anxieties That Are Holding You Back
If fear is standing in the way of your success, it's time to evaluate the situation, work towards resolving that fear, and do the thing you've always dreamed of doing.

How Your Lifestyle Affects Your Mental Health
Many doctors often prescribe lifestyle factors such as exercise and a good diet as part of treatments for illnesses such as depression and anxiety.

Can Supplements Help Your Long Term Brain Function?
There are so many supplements on the market that claim to work magic on the brain, however, there are very few that can actually make a difference.

Compassion and Friendship: 7 Ways to Uplift a Friend Struggling from Depression
Chances are, someone you know is struggling with depression. If this person is close to you, you probably want to do all you can to improve the way they feel.

Is Depression Really On The Rise? If So, Why?
What, if anything, is going on? What do people think is behind this problem?

Resilience, Satisfaction and Happiness
Resilience and life satisfaction seem to be inter-twined.

Why is Laughter Contagious?
Research shows possible mechanisms for contagious laughter.

Keep Busy, Keep Happy
Individuals who keep busy, even with relatively pointless activity, tend to be happier than those who do not.

Treating Depression Over The Telephone
Providing treatment for clinical depression over the telephone can be almost as effective as face-to-face consultations.

How Culture Affects The Recognition Of Emotions
Significant differences can be seen in how people from eastern and western cultures assess interpersonal situations.

Depression And Intellectual Decline
Depression increases the risk of intellectual decline in older people and can be a predictive factor.

Suppressing Negative Emotional Memories
Recent research has shown that negative emotional memories can be suppressed with practice, offering the possibility of new treatments for people suffering from a range of conditions including post-traumatic stress disorder, phobias, depression, anxiety and obsessive-compulsive syndrome.

Perceiving Emotions
Findings suggest that where emotional control is the cultural norm (e.g. Japan) eyes are the key to interpretation. In cultures where there is more open expression of emotion (e.g. USA) the mouth is the main focus.

Managing Teen Emotions
Teenagers can learn to manage powerful emotions and gain insight into the processes involved.

Message Less Important Than Emotion in Advertising
The amount of emotional content in television advertisements affects viewers' opinions of the product, regardless of the intended message.

Fundamentals of Psychology

Fundamentals of Psychology

by Michael Eysenck
  Aimed at those new to the subject, Fundamentals of Psychology is a clear and reader-friendly textbook that will help students explore and understand the essentials of psychology.
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by Richard Gross
  All the major domains of Psychology are covered in detail across 50 manageable chapters that will help you get to grips with anything from the nervous system to memory, from attachment to personality, and everything in-between.
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Penguin Dictionary of Psychology

Penguin Dictionary of Psychology

by Arthur S. Reber, Rhianon Allen, Emily Reber
  Indispensable guide to all areas of psychology and psychiatry.
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