A psychologist told me how she successfully navigated her way through a dilemma we’ve all faced
Business Insider: In May, when I spoke with the psychologist Gabriele Oettingen at the Psychological Science convention, she’d recently navigated her way out of a common dilemma. There she was at the convention, eager to
Symposium: Diverse Perspectives in Psychological Science
Recorded in May 2016 at the 28th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, Chicago. Thomas M. Olino – introduction Lisa M. Diamond – begins 01:15 Joseph P. Gone – begins 19:32 Michelle R.
Breaking Free From Bad Behaviors
Many people try their best to eat healthy and exercise regularly. Others strive to be good environmental stewards, cutting down their usage of electricity and water. And still others intend to treat everyone fairly, regardless
WOOP, There It Is! 4 Steps To Achieve Your Goals
NPR: If you can dream it, you can do it, right? Right? Well … not so fast. While fantasizing feels good and believing in yourself is surely better than not, research shows that keeping your
Girls are still afraid of math, even when their moms are scientists
Quartz: Understanding why girls do worse than boys (pdf) in math, and why they have more anxiety about the subject, is complicated. Cultural norms that favor boys, teacher bias, and even parents’ own math anxiety
How to Give Workers a (Better) Break
New research from Baylor University identifies two key factors that can help employees make the most of their workday breaks.