Personalities Change. Why Shouldn’t Career Expectations?
Patterns of personality growth from adolescence to young adulthood have a greater bearing on career outcomes than adolescent personality traits and crystallized ability.
Why the Teenage Brain Pushes Young People to Ignore Virus Restrictions
Monica Sager didn’t see her boyfriend for four months after she moved back into her childhood home in Pottstown, Pa., in March. She also didn’t go to any friends’ houses or social events. Now, her
Supportive Parenting May Buffer Against the Neurological Impact of Poverty
Supportive parenting can help protect adolescents, and their brains, against the long-lasting impact of growing up in poverty.
New Research From Psychological Science
A sample of research exploring rationality in joint action; parenting, poverty, and brain connectivity; coupling between vocabulary and reasoning; and links between visual attention and perceived emotion.
New Research From Clinical Psychological Science
A sample of research exploring depression and autobiographical memory, early response and sudden gains in a depression intervention, inflammatory proteins as predictors of change in depressive symptoms, and emotion displays and relationship formation in anxiety disorder.
A Public School Makes the Case for ‘Montessori for All’
The five miles from Interstate 95 into Latta, South Carolina, amble past fireworks shops and stretches of farmland bordered by matchstick pines and interspersed with the occasional home. Railroad tracks and a lone post office