How Our Strengths Shape Our Trading Psychology
In this article, we will learn about our personal strengths and how those shape our development as participants in financial markets. Years of working with portfolio managers and traders have taught me that the greatest
The Verdict Is In: Courtrooms Seldom Overrule Bad Science
A new, multiyear study published in Psychological Science in the Public Interest finds that only 40% of the psychological assessment tools used in courts have been favorably rated by experts. [NEWS Feb. 15, 2020]
Solving 21st-Century Problems Requires Skills That Few Are Trained In, Scientists Find
Tackling modern problems requires individuals who have the unique social and cognitive skills that allow for collaborative problem solving, say authors of a new report in Psychological Science in the Public Interest.
Ask Me First: What Self-Assessments Can Tell Us about Autism
Just moments earlier, the teenager had been laughing so hard he was in tears. He had spent the day doing improv and other drama-based activities—part of a six-week summer camp in Boston designed to help
Watching Others Makes People Overconfident in their Own Abilities
Watching YouTube videos, Instagram demos, and Facebook tutorials may make us feel as though we’re acquiring all sorts of new skills but it probably won’t make us experts.
New Research From Clinical Psychological Science
A sample of articles exploring neuropsychological assessment, gender differences in stress reactivity and its relationship with depression, and social-support figures and fear extinction.