New Content From Perspectives on Psychological Science
A sample of articles on gun ownership and coping, eyewitness and suspect identification, disruption of the gender/sex binary, refugee integration, and personality traits and proenvironmental attitudes.
Scientists Pin Down a Link Between Happiness and 1 Daily Activity
Even under normal circumstances, it’s tough to get motivated to bike across town or visit a museum when you’re feeling low. But that’s exactly what you should do, scientists say. Exploring the unknown has a
Call for Abstracts: Behavior, Energy, and Climate Change 2020 Conference
Caring about tomorrow
About 70 percent of Americans believe that the climate is changing, most acknowledge that this change reflects human activity, and more than two-thirds think it will harm future generations. Unless we dramatically alter our way of life
Genetic Variation Contributes to Individual Differences in Pleasure
Differences in how our brains respond when we’re anticipating a financial reward are due, in part, to genetic differences.
These Days, It’s Not About the Polar Bears
Climate science has struggled mightily with a messaging problem. The well-worn tactic of hitting people over the head with scary climate change facts has proved inadequate at changing behavior or policies in ways big enough