New Research From Psychological Science
Read about the latest research published in Psychological Science: Perceived Partner Responsiveness Predicts Diurnal Cortisol Profiles 10 Years Later Richard B. Slatcher, Emre Selcuk, and Anthony D. Ong Decades of research has shown that marriage
3rd Annual Behavior Change, Health, and Health Disparities Conference
Watch the conference live! Please see the conference agenda online and use this link to tune in, Oct 1 and 2, starting at 8 a.m. The 3rd Annual Behavior Change, Health, and Health Disparities Conference
The Downside of Treadmill Desks
The New York Times: Treadmill desks are popular, even aspirational, in many offices today since they can help those of us who are deskbound move more, burn extra calories and generally improve our health. But
In ‘Eating Lab,’ A Psychologist Spills Secrets On Why Diets Fail
NPR: As soon as Traci Mann’s new book, Secrets From The Eating Lab, hit bookstores, I ordered my copy. As the author of a no-diet book myself, I was eager to read what one of
Why Do We Love Our Pets So Much?
BBC: When four chimpanzees captured a young blue duiker to play with, you might at first believe they wanted to keep it as a pet. They tumbled about with it but in the end it
Career Advice From an Oldish Not-Quite Geezer
The Chronicle of Higher Education: Over the course of my career, I’ve given and received a lot of advice. Much of it was wrong. Sometimes it lacked the perspective that comes with age and experience.