Developmental Psychology

Teenagers Who Self-Harm, 20 Years Later

When mental health conditions appear during the teenage years, one of the most complex questions is what the long-term implications are. Some conditions tend to be life-long, but for behaviors like self-harm, ...
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Who’s Afraid of Needles?

Do you hate giving blood, getting an IV, or doing really any medical procedure that involves a needle? You’re not alone. Recently, a pair of researchers conducted a meta-analysis of previously published ...
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Tracking People’s Fear of Death Over Time

How do people’s experiences in life shape their expectations surrounding death? One way of shedding light on that question is by following how people’s fear of death changes over time. Some researchers ...
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