Why Having Too Much Free Time Can be as Bad for You as Having Too Little
Have you ever had one of those days — that turned into weeks — when you had approximately 645 things to do and not a single minute for leisure time? Like many of us, Cassie
A Closer Look at NIH’s High-Risk, High-Reward Research Program
These NIH programs are designed to function like a “venture capital space” for transformative research.
Policy in Action: Navigating Behavioral and Well-Being Public Policy
Perspectives on Psychological Science paper charts course through ethics, politics of interventions.
In Their Own Words: Lives Lost in 2021
Excerpts from the research of a few of the remarkable psychological scientists we said goodbye to this year.
Decision Fatigue: Why It’s So hard to Make Up Your Mind These Days, and How to Make It Easier
From the moment we wake up each day, we’re faced with a continuous stream of choices. Many are minor (which route to take to work), others are major (whether to accept a new job) and
Center for Advanced Study in the behavioral Sciences 2022-23 Fellowships
CASBS is now accepting applications for its 2022-23 residential fellowships.