2022 Spence Award Mini Episode: Brett Ford on How People Manage Their Emotions
2022 Spence Award winner Brett Ford talks about her research on emotions.
The Pandemic-Fueled Feeling Called ‘Languishing’; Elvis Costello’s New Album
In a The New York Times op-ed, psychologist Adam Grant puts a name to that feeling borne out of the pandemic — showing up for life, but living without purpose and aim. Emory University sociologist
Apple is Studying Mood Detection Using iPhone Data. Critics Say the Tech is Flawed
New information about a current study between UCLA and Apple shows that the iPhone maker is using facial recognition, patterns of speech, and an array of other passive behavior tracking to detect depression. The report
Ever Gotten Angry at Your Partner in a Dream and Woken Up Mad? You’re Not Alone.
It was not so much that My Lovely Wife got what’s called an undercut haircut — a style favored by “the youth” that features a partly shaved cranium — or that she dyed the resultant
Ready for the Roaring 20s? It’s Time to Re-learn How to Have Fun, Says Happiness Professor
After a year-and-a-half of loss, sickness and stress caused by the pandemic, burnout is high and morale is low. But in some positive news, according to Laurie Santos, Yale’s “happiness professor”, the way to feel better
Humans Are Pretty Lousy Lie Detectors
Member/Author: Christiane Gelitz On television, it all looks so simple. For a fraction of a second, the suspect raises the corner of his mouth. He is happy because he thinks the investigators are wrong about