Quality of parent-child communication is associated with adjustment in siblings of children with chronic disorders.
The structure and integrity of the ageing brain is interchangeably linked to physical health, and cardiometabolic risk factors (CMRs) are associated with dementia and other brain disorders.
Higher socio-economic status (SES) has been proposed to have facilitating and protective effects on brain and cognition.
Working memory (WM) supports several higher-level cognitive abilities, yet we know less about factors associated with development and decline in WM compared to other cognitive processes.
The #FridaysForFuture movement has attracted young activists around the world.
Maternal brain adaptations occur in response to pregnancy, but little is known about how parity impacts white matter and white matter ageing trajectories later in life.
How do people describe the psychological sense of community (PSOC) in the present day ideological climate of globalising neo-liberalism, assuming that people are essentially individualistic, that solidarity, social commitment, and citizenship are not natural dispositions, as we all are the lonely citizen?
Through dynamic transactional processes between genetic and environmental factors, childhood and adolescence involve reorganization and optimization of the cerebral cortex.
The purpose of this study was to better understand how individuals with craniofacial conditions experience living with visible differences and make sense of appearance-altering surgery.
In this paper, I explore the mental consequences of Covid-19.
A recent meta-analysis has questioned the relevance of attention bias modification (ABM) for depression outcomes.
The COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing protocols aimed to slow its transmission are having severe mental health consequences.
Psychological resilience is indicated when individuals demonstrate good mental health despite exposure to significant stress or adversity.
Prior research has established that common therapeutic relationship factors are potent predictors of change in psychotherapy, but such factors are typically studied one at a time and their underlying structure when studied simultaneously is not clear.
Self-harm among adolescents, mostly girls, has increased in the last years.
In this epidemiological investigation, we assessed the prevalence of depression and anxiety symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Speech is a critical means of negotiating political, adaptive interests in human society.
Self-harm thoughts and behaviours (SHTBs) are a serious public health concern in young people.
Affect integration, denoting the capacity to utilize the motivational- and signal properties of affects, is essential to adaptive psychological functioning.
On March 12, 2020, the Norwegian government put the country on lock‐down to get the COVID‐19 situation under control.
Cognitive control enables goal-oriented adaptation to a fast-changing environment and has a protracted development spanning into young adulthood.
Environmental light increases acute alertness and is the main regulator of the circadian clock in humans.
Aging and Alzheimer’s disease (AD) are associated with progressive brain disorganization.
It has been argued that sports contexts may be suitable venues for reducing intercultural hostility, including its more extreme forms, yet empirical evidence remains scarce.
The idea that our mental life is more sluggish in winter is apparently seductive.