Everyone is Watching ‘Contagion’ Right Now. A Psychologist Explains Why It’s Healthier to Watch That Than the News.
One of the most puzzling phenomenons to happen during the coronavirus is the sudden popularity of Steven Soderbergh’s “Contagion.” The 2011 thriller mirrors with uncanny realistic scenarios what’s going on right now as it depicts
What Studies Reveal About Social Distancing And Remote Working During Coronavirus
COVID-19 struck fast and hard when the whole world was unprepared for it. From social distancing, working from home (WFH) and panic buying, life took a sudden turn for the worse. As the new normal
2020 APS Mentor Awards
The 2020 recipients, selected for their dedication to their students and colleagues, are Toni C. Antonucci, Elizabeth Bjork and Robert Bjork, and E. Tory Higgins.
Bilingual People May Make Different Choices Based on the Language They’re Thinking In. Here’s Why.
Young adults don’t always make great decisions. I myself did stupid things, which comes as a shock to my kids and husband, who know me as pretty, well, boring. Was my personality more reckless back
Jerome Bruner Library Opens at Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
The Jerome Bruner Library opened January, 2020 at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics in the Netherlands.
The Visual Language of Comic Books Can Improve Brain Function
Here’s a tradition that has persisted for generations: Kids huddle outside the doors of their local comic book shops—clutching their weekly allowance, babysitting money, loose change scavenged from between sofa cushions—just itching to get their