Seven science-backed tips for forming habits that stick
Banishing bad habits and converting them to good ones is not easy. As Mark Twain once wrote, “Habit is habit, and not to be flung out the window by any man, but coaxed downstairs one
New Research From Clinical Psychological Science
A sample of new research exploring an incentive-sensitization model of eating behavior, interpersonal stress generation in depression, and cognitive risk factors for later development of PTSD.
Feeling Sated Can Become a Cue to Eat More
Internal states, even feeling full, can be learned as cues to seek out food, research shows.
2017 APS Janet Taylor Spence Awards for Transformative Early Career Contributions
Research by the latest recipients of the Janet Taylor Spence Award for Transformative Early Career Contributions includes romantic relationship initiation, the psychological processes that guide moral judgment, and the link between socioeconomic inequality and children’s cognitive and brain development. This year’s recipients include Paul Eastwick, Kimberly Noble, A. Janet Tomiyama, Elliot Tucker-Drob, and Liane Young.
Comfort food doesn’t have to be a guilty pleasure
The Washington Post: Food is supposed to make us feel good — content, fulfilled, connected. It’s meant to comfort us physically by easing hunger and bringing satisfaction, and emotionally by bonding us to others as
Here’s How Many Calories You’ll Eat During the Super Bowl
TIME: The game lasts four hours, but what you eat will stick with you way longer than that. By some (admittedly unscientific) estimates, Americans who snack on typical Super Bowl fare, like pizza, beer, soda