Remembering Sam Glucksberg, Who Pioneered the Study of Figurative Language
A professor at Princeton University for 44 years, Glucksberg chaired the APS Publications Committee in its critical earliest years and later edited Psychological Science from 2000–2003.
Wharton Professor Promoted Love in the Workplace
Sigal Barsade, a professor of management at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, urged bosses to think more deeply about emotions, including love, swirling around the workplace. Dr. Barsade, who died Feb. 6 of a brain
Sigal Barsade, 56, Dies; Argued That It’s OK to Show Emotions at Work
Sigal Barsade, whose studies of organizational culture charted the internal dynamics of the American workplace as precisely as any episode of “The Office,” and who advised countless companies on how to embrace and nurture their
Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, who described the ‘flow’ of human creativity, dies at 87
Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, a psychologist and best-selling author who coined the term “flow” to describe the sense of creativity that emerges from an intense absorption in a challenging activity, whether in the arts, sports, business or
Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, the Father of ‘Flow,’ Dies at 87
Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, a Hungarian American psychologist who showed how everyone from artists to assembly-line workers can be transported to a state of focused contentment by getting caught in the “flow,” a term he coined and
In Their Own Words: Lives Lost in 2021
Excerpts from the research of a few of the remarkable psychological scientists we said goodbye to this year.