We all take good things for granted, but we can take steps to keep gratitude alive.
Stress can serve as both a barrier and a motivator to purpose development in youth of color.
Greater Good's editors pick this year’s most thought-provoking, important, or useful nonfiction books on the science of a meaningful life.
Research suggests that, like food and sex, information is inherently rewarding to the brain.
Research suggests that gratitude plays a quiet, key role in building a relationship.
Research suggests that the experience of gratitude has four parts, but we rarely teach all of them to our kids.
A new study discovered a connection between where you live and the health of your brain's amygdala.
Can listening to music change your behavior for the better?
"Thanks! A Strengths-Based Curriculum" features lessons to help students understand the meaning of gratitude and cultivate it in their everyday lives.
If students can see the beauty in spilled milk, research suggests they’ll learn better.
Gratitude is more than behavior—it is also an internal experience, one that we can help children cultivate.
While much of the research on resilience focuses on individual strengths, it’s social support that may matter the most.