Researchers from the Netherlands report a disordered environment can inspire people to set, and achieve, goals.
The clank of silverware, the sound of chewing, and other forms of torture. The trouble with misophonia.
New research finds working in a disorderly environment can lead to greater creativity—but that clutter isn't without its downsides.
The newly revised, hotly contested book of psychiatric diagnoses is finally here. How will it change the way we consider and treat substance use problems?
Most of us have a friend, a relative, or a neighbor who seems to pack his or her home with unnecessary stuff. Researchers are just beginning to understand why.