Members in the News

Dan Ariely, Duke University, NPR (Marketplace), May 4, 2009: Predictably Irrational.

Ozlem N. Ayduk, University of California, Berkeley, The New Yorker, May 18, 2009: Don’t! The secret of self-control

Emily Balcetis, Ohio University, Scientific American Mind, Oct 1, 2009: Illusions of steepness and height.

Jay Belsky, Birkbeck College, University of London, Newsweek, Apr 17, 2009: Kids, Genes, and Daycare.

Marc G. Berman, University of Michigan, The New Yorker, May 18, 2009: Don’t! The secret of self-control

George A. Bonanno, Columbia University, New York Times, Jan 10, 2009: The Loss Response: Down and Out – or Up.

Naomi Breslau, Michigan State University, Scientific American, Apr 1, 2009: Soldiers’ Stress: What Doctors Get Wrong about PTSD.

Claudia C. Brumbaugh, Queens College, The Globe and Mail (Toronto, Canada), May 15, 2009: Oedipal angst: Don’t worry if she’s just like Mom.

Richard A. Bryant, University of New South Wales, Scientific American, Apr 1, 2009: Soldiers’ Stress: What Doctors Get Wrong about PTSD.

Eugene M. Caruso, University of Chicago, Economist.com, Jan 15, 2009: The price of prejudice.

Christopher F. Chabris, Union College, Newsweek, Feb 2, 2009: What It Takes To Survive.

Andrew N. Christopher, Albion College, The Chronicle of Higher Education, May 26, 2009: Psychology Grad Students Get Counseled on How to Teach.

Andrew E. Clark, Paris-Jourdan Sciences Economiques, New York Times, Jan 10, 2009: The Loss Response: Down and Out – or Up.

Sheldon A. Cohen, Carnegie Mellon University, The Washington Post, Jan 12, 2009: Lack of Sleep Linked to Common Cold.

Ed Diener, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, New York Times, Jan 10, 2009: The Loss Response: Down and Out – or Up.

Bruce P. Dohrenwend, Columbia University, Scientific American, Apr 1, 2009: Soldiers’ Stress: What Doctors Get Wrong about PTSD.

Angela L. Duckworth, University of Pennsylvania, The New Yorker, May 18, 2009: DON’T! The secret of self-control

Paul W. Eastwick, Texas A&M University, Nature News, Jun 2, 2009: Role reversal undermines speed-dating theories.

K. Anders Ericsson, Florida State University, Time, Feb 13, 2009: Is Genius Born or Can It Be Learned?

Joseph R. Ferrari, DePaul University, WBBM 780 news radio – Chicago, Apr 15, 2009: Tax Procrastination. ABC Good Morning America, Apr 10, 2009: Why Do We Wait So Long?

Eli J. Finkel, Northwestern University, Nature News, Jun 2, 2009: Role reversal undermines speed-dating theories.

Christopher B. Frueh, University of Hawaii, Hilo, Scientific American, Apr 1, 2009: Soldiers’ Stress: What Doctors Get Wrong about PTSD.

Kurt Gray, Harvard University, New York Times, Dec 23, 2008; The Economist, Dec 23, 2009: Intentional Pain Hurts More.

Gil Greengross, University of New Mexico, New Scientist, Mar 16, 2009: Personality tests reveal the flip side of comedy.

Judith R. Harris, Time, Feb 24, 2009: Why Parents (Still) Don’t Matter.

Lisa E. Hasel, Iowa State University, The Chronicle of Higher Education, May 26, 2009: Psychology Grad Students Get Counseled on How to Teach.

Matt Hertenstein, DePauw University, BBC Radio (UK), Apr 21, 2009; NBC Today Show, Apr 30, 2009; ABC News, May 1, 2009; The Economist, May 2, 2009: Smile Intensity in Photos Predicts Divorce.

George W. Holden, Southern Methodist University, Parents Magazine, Dec 1, 2009: You Make Me Want to Shout.

Jeremy A. Houska, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, The Chronicle of Higher Education, May 26, 2009: Psychology Grad Students Get Counseled on How to Teach.

Russell E. Jackson, California State University, San Marcos, Scientific American Mind, Oct 1, 2009: Illusions of steepness and height.

John Jonides, University of Michigan, The New Yorker, May 18, 2009: Don’t! The secret of self-control

Daniel Kahneman, Princeton University, CNNhealth.com, Jan 12, 2009: Why your brain can’t always make good decisions.

Todd B. Kashdan, George Mason University, The Guardian (UK), May 30, 2009: A curious mind is an active mind. The Huffington Post, May 31, 2009: Can Being Curious Make You Happier? NPR-Kojo Nnamdi Show, May 24, 2009: Curiousity and Well-Being. NPR Talk, Jun 1, 2009: What Makes Us Happy?

Kerry L. Kawakami, York University, Economist.com, Jan 15, 2009: The price of prejudice.

Shelia M. Kennison, Oklahoma State University, The Chronicle of Higher Education, May 26, 2009: Psychology Grad Students Get Counseled on How to Teach.

Melanie A. Killen, University of Maryland, College Park, Teaching Tolerance Magazine, May 1, 2009: Teaching in the Downturn.

Brooks King-Casas, Baylor College of Medicine, Scientific American Mind, Apr 1, 2009: The Roots of Problem Personalities.

Robert O. Kurzban, University of Pennsylvania, Nature News, Jun 2, 2009: Role reversal undermines speed-dating theories.

Jo Ann Lee, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, The Daily Gleaner (Canada), May 16, 2009: Early experience with numbers gives kids advantage in school. The Record (ON, CANADA), May 7, 2009: Parents taught to talk math. Guelph Mercury (Ontario, Canada), May 7, 2009: Talking math to kids.

Gary W. Lewandowski, Monmouth University, Men’s Health, Apr 1, 2009: Flirting with Disaster (Infidelity in Romantic Relationships). Asbury Park Press, Feb 5, 2009: Students Learn About Love and Relationships. Burlington County Times, Jan 1, 2009: The Psychology of Love. Cosmopolitan, Feb 1, 2009: Why More Women are Now Cheating.

Robert W. Livingston, Northwestern University, ABC News, May 8, 2009: ‘Babyface’ Look Can Help Black CEOs, Study Says.

Elizabeth F. Loftus, University of California, Irvine, Scientific American, Apr 1, 2009: Soldiers’ Stress: What Doctors Get Wrong about PTSD.

Antonia Mantonakis, Brock University, Niagra Magazine, Sep 12, 2009: Age of Persuasion. Toronto Seeker, Oct 20, 2009: All I want for christmas is … a gift card?

Richard J. McNally, Harvard University, Scientific American, Apr 1, 2009: Soldiers’ Stress: What Doctors Get Wrong about PTSD.

Geoffrey F. Miller, University of New Mexico, New Scientist, Mar 16, 2009: Personality tests reveal the flip side of comedy.

Walter Mischel, Columbia University, The New Yorker, May 18, 2009: Don’t! The secret of self-control

Christopher A. Moyer, University of Wisconsin, Stout, Leader-Telegram, Mar 30, 2009: Over the brainwaves: Professor talks psychology on internet radio show.

Susan Nolan, Seton Hall University, The Chronicle of Higher Education, May 26, 2009: Psychology Grad Students Get Counseled on How to Teach.

Robert R. Provine, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Chicago Tribune, Jan 2, 2009: A Healthy Case of Ha! New Scientist, Mar 16, 2009: Personality tests reveal the flip side of comedy. Times Online, Mar 7, 2009: Why we yawn, hiccup, and sneeze.

Mark A. Reinecke, Northwestern University, NBC Today Show, Mar 6, 2009: Sexting leads to teen suicide.

Nicholas Rule, Tufts University, ABC News, May 8, 2009: ‘Babyface’ Look Can Help Black CEOs, Study Says.

Simone Schnall, University of Plymouth, Scientific American Mind, Oct 1, 2009: Illusions of steepness and height.

Eldar Shafir, Princeton University, CNNhealth.com, Jan 12, 2009: Why your brain can’t always make good decisions.

Yuichi Shoda, University of Washington, The New Yorker, May 18, 2009: Don’t! The secret of self-control

Daniel J. Simons, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Newsweek, Feb 2, 2009: What It Takes To Survive.

Dean Keith Simonton, University of California, Davis, Time, Feb 13, 2009: Is Genius Born or Can It Be Learned? Montreal Gazette, Ottawa Citizen, Calgary Herald, Nanaimo Daily News, Canwest News, Mar 23, 2009; Canadian Broadcasting Company News, Mar 26, 2009: Physical Health in 282 Geniuses. Canada Broadcating Corporation-The Nature of Things, Aug 8, 2009: Serendipity.

Peter M. Todd, Indiana University, Nature News, Jun 2, 2009: Role reversal undermines speed-dating theories.

Alexander Todorov, Princeton University, CNNhealth.com, Jan 12, 2009: Why your brain can’t always make good decisions.

James E. Vaughn, Oklahoma State University, The Chronicle of Higher Education, May 26, 2009: Psychology Grad Students Get Counseled on How to Teach.

Carolyn Weisz, University of Puget Sound, The New Yorker, May 18, 2009: Don’t! The secret of self-control

Gary L. Wells, Iowa State University, CBS News (60 Minutes), Mar 8, 2009: Eyewitness: Anatomy of a Story. Newsweek, Mar 23, 2009: When Our Eyes Deceive Us.

Leslie Zebrowitz, Brandeis University, ABC News, May 8, 2009: ‘Babyface’ Look Can Help Black CEOs, Study Says.


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