The Anatomy of Melancholy at 400: Still Good Advice
Scholars! Feeling blue? Read on.
People with Depression Use Language Differently
New research shows that people with depression use absolute words, such as "always," "nothing," or "completely," more often than others.
What Really Made 1950s Housewives So Miserable
Where did the image of the quietly desperate stay-at-home mother come from?
Depressed People Aren’t Villains—Nor Are They Werewolves
Our tendency to view people with mental disorders as monsters instead of patients has a history that dates back to the 1400s.
How Anxiety Got Rebranded As Depression
Depression diagnoses have skyrocketed over the past 50 years, but not necessarily as result of underlying changes in our mental health.
PSY-Q: The SAD-dest Time of the Year
What are the treatment options for SAD, Seasonal Affective Disorder?