Up-and-Coming Voices: Entrepreneurship and Leadership in Psychological Science
Previews of relevant research by students and early-career scientists.
New Research From Clinical Psychological Science
A sample of research on psychosocial predictors of suicidal thoughts and behaviors, early-warning signals in children, adolescents, and adults, bidirectional effects in parent, peer, and romantic relationships, and much more.
Empathizing With the Opposition May Make You More Politically Persuasive
Trying to understand people we disagree with can feel like a lost cause, particularly in contentious political environments. But valuing empathy across party lines can make our political arguments more persuasive.
2022 Spence Award Mini Episode: Jason Okonofua and the Power of Empathy
Under the Cortex talks with 2022 Spence Award winner Jason Okonofua.
New Content From Perspectives on Psychological Science
A sample of articles on college campus sexual assault, empathy, blame and retribution, implicit bias, mental health during COVID-19, security and freedom trade-off, consent, collectivist and independent values, and the quest for significance and social worth.
When “Om” Sounds Like “I’m”: Mindfulness and the Context of Self
Mindfulness, when practiced outside of the context of interdependence, may encourage people to advance personal well-being instead of prosocial goals.