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Volume 26, Issue2February, 2013
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Volume 26, Issue2February, 2013

Beyond the Department

President’s Note: In the last few Presidential Columns, the issue of expanding the interdisciplinary nature of psychological science has been More

Heart shape on fire

Passionate Love

If there’s one sentiment shared by all great artists, from Shakespeare to Beyoncé, it’s this: Love is intense. Only in the last century have psychological scientists begun to regard passionate love as a viable research topic. More

Silent Treatment

Let me tell you a story. It takes place when I was in kindergarten, so picture me shorter, with jaunty More

Teaching Matters

If you teach in college for 40 years, and you teach an introductory psychology class of 250 students each semester More

Untangling the Web

The difficulties we graduate students face when conducting research include an over-reliance on the psychology research pool for participants; inability More

Why Love Literally Hurts

Most of us see the connection between social and physical pain as a figurative one. But research is providing compelling evidence that the two types of pain share a common source. More