New Research From Clinical Psychological Science
A sample of research on voter perceptions of Donald Trump’s personality, depression and self-esteem, trauma exposure, digital-media use and depressive symptoms, pathological personality traits, social anxiety disorder and social interactions, and how to eat healthier.
First Annual Elizabeth Capaldi Phillips Lecture Held at University of Florida
The first annual Elizabeth Capaldi Phillips Lecture was held in honor of the APS Past President’s work on the psychology of eating.
THERE’S A SIMPLE WAY TO MAKE HEALTHY FOOD APPEALING
In a new study, researchers found that evocative labels such as “twisted citrus glazed carrots” and “ultimate chargrilled asparagus” can get people to choose and consume more vegetables than they otherwise would—as long as the
Touting Flavor Before Nutrition Encourages Healthy Eating
Evocative labels such as “twisted citrus glazed carrots” and “ultimate chargrilled asparagus” can get people to eat more vegetables than they otherwise would—as long as the food is prepared flavorfully, a nationwide study shows.
Eating From a Shared Plate Encourages Cooperation
President Donald Trump’s recent summit with North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jung-un ended in embarrassing failure, and Trump’s occasional attempts to forge deals with Congressional Democrats have usually gone just as poorly. New research points
Sharing a plate of food leads to more successful negotiations
Shrimp cocktail, grilled sirloin with pear kimchi and chocolate lava cake. Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un had the same food brought to them on individual plates during their summit on February 27th. Psychologists think