New Content From Perspectives on Psychological Science
A sample of articles on the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on mental health, children’s referential informativeness, the benefits, barriers, and risks of big-team science, peer-victimization research, complex racial trauma, and much more.
‘The Strength of Weak Ties’ Then and Now, Show Me Your Kale-Face, R.I.P. to Labels ‘Millennial’ and ‘Gen Z,’ and More
Oh, kale no! When I (Evan) was a kid, about five or so, I loved Popeye—the cartoon sailor man with ridiculously large forearms and a passion for spinach. In a violation of unspoken kid law
Teaching: Babies and Others’ Emotions / Narcissism Hierarchy
Lesson plans about how babies use adults’ emotions to reason and about the narcissism hierarchy.
The Big Idea: Is It Time to Stop Talking About ‘Nature Versus Nurture’?
When you hear people conversing in an unfamiliar language, why is it that you can’t even tell where one word ends and the next begins? If you are a native English speaker, why is it
New Research in Psychological Science
A sample of research on fake news, first impressions and romantic interest, prenatal environment and development, the development of social prototypes and stereotypes, and electronic-media use and sleep in childhood.
New Content from Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science
A sample of articles on sources of variability in infancy research, invalidity of measures, methods for data-analysis, statistical power, and an analysis of registered reports in psychology.