Gender, Dopamine, and a Closed Gas Station
A “safe” retirement investment put this cognitive psychologist’s lifetime of learning to the test.
New Research From Clinical Psychological Science
A sample of research on maternal depression and its outcomes, COVID-19 and well-being, dissociative amnesia, emotion preferences and anxiety, children’s aggressive behavior, mental health during COVID-19, the use of digital technologies for emotion regulation, and parental training.
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
New Content From Current Directions in Psychological Science
A sample of articles on motivation and mental effort, caregiving and development, neuroticism, infants’ motor-skill development, short-term memory, empathy and moral decisions, and attention.
Why A Good Scare Is Sometimes The Right Call
This week is our last with Maddie as a host, so we’re spending it with a trip down memory lane. The first episode Maddie invites us to relive and enjoy is our first listener question