It's time to be clear about how social media affects our relationships and well-being—and what our intentions are each time we log on.
A new study suggests that autistic individuals have higher levels of stress and depression when they don’t feel accepted.
Willpower and grit aren't the best route to persevering at our goals and achieving success; the key is emotion.
Today, more and more health care organizations are finding that a culture of thankfulness is good for their staff—and their patients.
Research suggests a helpful, three-part framework for discussing issues of right and wrong.
Our team names the most provocative and influential findings published during this past year.
Research on the components of well-being can help us choose goals that we'll stick to.
We round up the most-read Greater Good articles from the past year—and our editors pick the best of the rest.
Many of us instinctively beat ourselves up for failing to meet our goals, but there is an alternative.
Research suggests that young people rarely have a sense of purpose—but we can take steps to help them cultivate it.