Psychological Science Finds Big Audience in 2015

When The New York Times published a list of its 2015 articles that had received the most attention from readers — as measured by the total time that readers spent viewing them — a story on psychological science came in at Number 4. Titled “To Fall in Love With Anyone, Do This,” the story chronicled one writer’s quest to find love using a set of questions that APS Fellow Arthur Aron (Stony Brook University) published in 1997 as part of a study on cultivating interpersonal intimacy in a laboratory setting.

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