Feeling Upset? Try This Special Writing Technique
After his father was rushed to the hospital with gastrointestinal bleeding, Yanatha Desouvre began to panic. So he did the one thing he knew would calm himself: He wrote. “I’m so scared,” Mr. Desouvre started.
In Defense of a Good Cry, and Other Options for ‘Losing It’
As an urban anthropologist, Katrina Johnston-Zimmerman felt a duty to record her experiences in lockdown. After all, this was a once-in-a-century global pandemic. And so, for the past 49 nights or so, she has noted
So You Had a Bad Day …
It was the tail end of a long day of small, stupid things that in normal times would have been tiny grains of sand to knock out of my shoe. But on that day, another
Should You Immerse Yourself in Bad News These Days or Ignore It Completely?
APS Member/Author: Hal Hershfield How can we possibly grapple with the onslaught of information about virus spread, stock market nosedives, canceled plans and uncertainty about the future? Some people wallow in the fear, anxiety and
Physically Aggressive People Spot Anger in Ambiguity
Aggression appears to relate to superior anger-identification abilities.
Psychological Science and the European Research Council
APS Members highlight the influence of ERC funding to the psychological science research process.