Psychedelic Research Reborn: Opening the Doors of Creativity and Social Connection
A resurgence of research into psychedelics has renewed interest in their potential impact on creativity and social connectedness.
New Research From Clinical Psychological Science
A sample of research on interventions to address anxiety, models of diagnosis, sensitivity to rewards, the association between gambling disorder and suicide, suicidal behavior and borderline personality disorder, parenting during COVID-19, and stress in healthcare workers during COVID-19.
March/April 2022: The Science of Behavior Change
What characteristics are associated with the willingness (or ability) to change one’s behavior for the better, and what interventions show the most promise for helping them?
Opioids, Addiction, and the Promise of Psychological Interventions
Can psychological science provide safer approaches to managing chronic pain and overcoming addiction?
Careers Up Close: Woo-Young Ahn on Delineating Disorders
This Seoul National University professor uses computational modeling to identify the behavioral markers of addiction.
New Content From Current Directions in Psychological Science
A sample of articles on cultures of sustainability, cognitive-bias modification to treat addiction, probabilistic biases, cognitive training, the development of working memory, acquisition of fears and phobias, and a sleep-and-memory research program.