The Dark Side of Academia: Common Negative Experiences No One Talks About
Academic life is not just about discovery and excitement. Seven scholars share some common negative experiences in academia that no one talks about.
The Biggest Psychological Experiment in History Is Running Now
The impact of COVID-19 on the physical health of the world’s citizens is extraordinary. By mid-May there were upward of four million cases spread across more than 180 countries. The pandemic’s effect on mental health
New Content From Perspectives on Psychological Science
A sample of articles on gun ownership and coping, eyewitness and suspect identification, disruption of the gender/sex binary, refugee integration, and personality traits and proenvironmental attitudes.
Feeling Upset? Try This Special Writing Technique
After his father was rushed to the hospital with gastrointestinal bleeding, Yanatha Desouvre began to panic. So he did the one thing he knew would calm himself: He wrote. “I’m so scared,” Mr. Desouvre started.
In Defense of a Good Cry, and Other Options for ‘Losing It’
As an urban anthropologist, Katrina Johnston-Zimmerman felt a duty to record her experiences in lockdown. After all, this was a once-in-a-century global pandemic. And so, for the past 49 nights or so, she has noted
Coping with ‘Death Awareness’ in the COVID-19 Era
… The coronavirus pandemic has brought all of us a lot closer to our impermanence. Faced with news photographs of makeshift morgues and dire headlines reporting body counts, we see that all of us, from Tom