New Research From Clinical Psychological Science
A sample of research on alcohol-facilitated aggression, burnout and depression, therapy components, and symptoms and models of psychopathology.
Is Burnout Depression by Another Name?
The feelings of work related exhaustion associated with “burnout” could be a form of depression.
Pandemic Got You Down? Psychologists Suggest Time Travel — Sort of.
Wouldn’t it be nice if we could peek into the future to reassure ourselves? That’s not actually possible, but there is a psychological technique for regulating emotions that employs this idea. It’s called “temporal distancing,”
There’s a Name for the Blah You’re Feeling: It’s Called Languishing
At first, I didn’t recognize the symptoms that we all had in common. Friends mentioned that they were having trouble concentrating. Colleagues reported that even with vaccines on the horizon, they weren’t excited about 2021.
The Pandemic Doesn’t Mean We Have to Choose between Physical and Mental Health
If you’re thinking about the COVID pandemic as an assault against physical health alone, you’ve got it all wrong. The statistics on illness and death are staggering—but there’s been an equally staggering toll exacted on