New Research in Clinical Psychological Science
A sample of new research exploring rumination and executive control, the bereavement exclusion in the DSM-5, and receptive field size and atypical motion perception in autism spectrum disorders.
Investigating Emotional Spillover in the Brain
Scientists at the University of Wisconsin–Madison are discovering what happens in the brain when emotions from one event carry over to the next.
New Research From Clinical Psychological Science
A sample of new research exploring idiopathic environmental intolerance, cognitive reappraisal as an intervention strategy with traumatized refugees, and suicide risk within the Research Domain Criteria framework.
The Science of Love Is All Around
The science of love and romance continues to stir the passions of psychology researchers around the world. In honor of Valentine’s Day, we offer a sample of new and notable research examining matters of the heart.
Mental Flexibility May Buffer Against Emotional Stress
Doing “cold” math calculations and regulating “hot” emotions may seem like unrelated cognitive abilities, but both tasks depend on our capacity to manipulate and update information. Researchers have long speculated that the two abilities might
Individuals’ Well-Being Linked With When and How They Manage Emotions
Using reappraisal to regulate our emotions in situations we actually have control over may be associated with lower well-being, researchers find.