Inside the Marriage Lab
I remember the moment I realized my marriage was going to have to change. It happened shortly after I became a parent, as it does for many people. I was 29. My husband and I
For a Better Marriage, Act Like a Single Person
Especially around Valentine’s Day, it’s easy to find advice about sustaining a successful marriage, with suggestions for “date nights” and romantic dinners for two. But as we spend more and more of our lives outside
Is Loneliness a Health Epidemic?
Last month, Britain appointed its first “minister for loneliness,” who is charged with tackling what Prime Minister Theresa May called the “sad reality of modern life.” Public-health leaders immediately praised the idea — and for
Teaching Current Directions in Psychological Science
“Strength and Perceived Threat in Numbers: Teaching Students How to Celebrate Racial Diversity“ by C. Nathan DeWall, “Why People Believe Conspiracy Theories“ by David G. Myers
College Branding Makes Beer More Salient to Underage Students
Marketing that uses university colors and logos can enhance beer brands’ salience, which may impact student drinking.
New Research From Psychological Science
A sample of new research exploring action-specific perception, intuitive judgments about the limits of science, and group reputation and prosocial behavior in children.