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Benedict Carey, science writer at The New York Times, recently talked to APS’s Wray Herbert, about his approach to reporting on psychological science.... More>
With the country on the verge of civil war, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow wrote a patriotic poem about Paul Revere, a little-known Massachusetts silversmith and minor hero of the Revolutionary War. […]... More>
Many healing traditions make use of jars—variously called God jars, or resentment jars, or worry jars. The idea is that you can—literally—compartmentalize your troubles, and by doing so take away […]... More>
The Greek philosopher Aristotle had many original and enduring ideas, but he didn’t get everything right. One idea that’s been pretty much debunked by modern psychology is catharsis. Catharsis is […]... More>
Most professors believe that clear and effective writing is important in all levels of psychology and in most of the professions for which we are training our students. And most […]... More>