psychology

Choosing food that is both healthy and good for the planet can be confusing. Here are five myths to avoid to help you make better choices.

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The spread of false information is jeopardising global health and security, prompting the need to find quick, cost-effective interventions.

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Widespread use of social media among young people in Indonesia could be driving the country’s rising prevalence of eating disorders too.

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Proposed social media bans are distracting us from the real issue — how to make digital experiences better for children.

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It’s not only the physical challenges but also the mental side of living in Antarctica that would make a permanent human settlement there difficult.

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Building the workplaces of the future means rethinking how office space is used and what flexibility means.

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People’s connection to labour is facing big changes and big questions.

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Young people and those closest to them need to be alert and equipped to fight the mental health threats that can come from some social media use.

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Forensic psychology – the practice of psychology in the justice system – offers a way to address Malaysia’s issues with police violence.

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Fake behaviour is all around and can have a domino effect which leads to corruption.

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The uncertainty and stress of the pandemic can trigger a part of the brain which causes reckless behaviour — with potentially fatal results on the road.

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