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Fiji is officially ‘open for happiness’ – will that apply to...

Apisalome Movono, Massey University and Regina Scheyvens, Massey University As daylight hours shorten and temperatures drop, and with borders...

Our sense of wellbeing has been in decline for years –...

Paul Anand, The Open University People’s sense of wellbeing took a dive in the first year of the pandemic,...

Pandemic recovery will take more than soaring growth – to fuel...

Bas van Bavel, Utrecht University and Auke Rijpma, Utrecht University Once a country’s economy reaches a certain level of...

From trippy drugs to therapeutic aids – how psychedelics got their...

Ian Hamilton, University of York and Harry Sumnall, Liverpool John Moores University For many years, drugs such as LSD,...

Laughing is good for your mind and your body – here’s...

Janet M. Gibson, Grinnell College Amusement and pleasant surprises – and the laughter they can trigger – add texture to the fabric of daily life. Those...

Connecting to nature is good for kids – but they may...

Louise Chawla, University of Colorado Boulder As an environmental psychologist who works to improve young people’s access to nature, I recently completed a review that...

What Day of the Dead tells us about the Aztec philosophy...

Lynn Sebastian Purcell, State University of New York College at Cortland Growing up in the United States, I remember on Halloween my mother used...

The hidden threat of teacher stress

Brandis M. Ansley, Georgia State University; Joel Meyers, Georgia State University; Kate McPhee, Georgia State University, and Kris Varjas, Georgia State University When a traumatic...

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Scientist at work: Tracking muskoxen in a warming Arctic

Joel Berger, Colorado State University Our Earth has unimaginable diversity, from seascapes 8,000 meters below the ocean’s surface to landscapes 8,000 meters above it. Its...