The myth of brain rot from glowing rectangles
Maybe people are just playing to escape all the Brexit news?
George Conway's Spat With Donald Trump Illustrates Psychiatry's Pernicious Influence on the Debate About the President's Fitness
Is Trump suffering from "narcissistic personality disorder"?
Is "mental illness" a fraudulent concept for locking up social deviants? Or does forced treatment free the ill "from the Bastille of their psychosis?"
Plus: Trump backtracks on Syria and the NSA promotes its cellphone charging services.
New study trashes crappy consensus correlating gaming violence and aggression in real life
The relationship between cannabis consumption and psychiatric diagnoses is more subtle and ambiguous than the anti-pot polemicist implies.
Reason's livestream with the founder of the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS), Rick Doblin.
She had a history of mental illness, and was arrested for misdemeanor trespassing in July.
Baffled by and fearful of each other, the political tribes remain consumed by loathing and dedicated to total victory.
"Increasing prevalence of mental health problems and decreasing stigma help to explain this trend."
One year after their final sessions, three-quarters of the subjects no longer qualified for a diagnosis.
Places that score high for gender equality also show more sex differences on personality tests.
The designation could be a prelude to approving the forbidden psychedelic drug as a medicine.
The Marine Le Pen Case Shows That Supposedly Enlightened France Treats Political Speech As a Crime and a Symptom of Mental Illness
The right-wing politician faces prosecution and psychiatric examination for posting pictures of ISIS atrocities.
But several questions remain unanswered.
Jonathan Haidt and Greg Lukianoff explain how "good intentions and bad ideas" have made young people super-fragile-and how to make things better.
Gun Controllers Insist 'Congress Knows' How to Prevent Attacks Like the Jacksonville Shooting, but No One Actually Does
None of the usual solutions seems apt.
"Trigger warnings may inadvertently undermine some aspects of emotional resilience."
I was a gay teen in the 1980s, hiding from a terrifying world in an arcade. The WHO's push to uniquely pathologize gaming won't help people like me.
Get ready for ever-more-intrusive mental-health measures.
How much evidence should be required to suspend people's Second Amendment rights?
In the aftermath of the Parkland shooting.
"Life is like poker," says Duke: Good choices and good outcomes don't always correlate.
Such orders can easily be used to take away innocent people's Second Amendment rights.
Even a narrower approach, focused on purported risk, deprives many innocent people of their constitutional rights.
Shooting revives deliberately misleading talking points about a bad regulation both the NRA and the ACLU opposed.
Although his conviction was invalid, the appeals court says, his civil commitment as a "sexually dangerous person" remains legal.
It's gonna be a wild 2018.
Those are not the only choices.
"A supposed modern culture of instant gratification has not stemmed the march of improvement."
The reasons for the Las Vegas massacre cannot be found in the perpetrator's tissue or in the DSM.
Lenore Skenazy, Jonathan Haidt, Peter Gray, and Daniel Shuchman launch, Let Grow, a non-profit devoted to promoting better policies for raising children.
An appeal asks SCOTUS to decide the question, noting that the program has released just one "patient" in 23 years.
The "neurobiology of trauma" on campus is based more on social-justice goals than science. We've been here before.
The designation should speed the drug's approval as a prescription medicine, which could happen as soon as 2021.
Techno-panic finds a new target in Jean Twenge's "Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?"