New Content From Perspectives on Psychological Science
A sample of articles on personality and arts education, neuroscience, inner-experiences, emotions, moral judgments, dual- and single-process models, biases holding back theorizing in psychological science, and habits and goals.
Second Best in the World, but Still Saying Sorry
Kenichiro Fumita was crying so hard that he could barely get the words out. “I wanted to return my gratitude to the concerned people and volunteers who are running the Olympics during this difficult time,”
Joy: Why Traffic On Poetry Websites Has Increased During The Pandemic
SARAH MCCAMMON, HOST: Traffic on poetry websites has been way up during the pandemic. No surprise – research shows reading and writing poetry can reduce stress and feelings of isolation. NOEL KING, HOST: NPR’s online
New Content From Current Directions in Psychological Science
A sample of articles on social contact and well-being and health, motives and cultural variations in behavior, placebos and movies, lifespan learning and workplace implications, prenatal hormones and gendered behavior, children’s reputation management, and social emotions.
New Research in Psychological Science
A sample of research on managing emotions, infant language learning, the effects of handwriting on learning, the role of emotion on memory, bilingualism, cultural contexts and stress responses in preschoolers, children’s information search. patterns.
How Our Emotional Lives Improve with Age
When we are young, our skills tend to improve with age and experience. But once we are well into adulthood, it may start to feel as if it’s all downhill. With every advancing year, we