Robert B. Cialdini and Jennifer L. Eberhardt on The 7 Principles of Influence
Jennifer L. Eberhardt and Robert B. Cialdini explore the power of influence and the importance of “shipping” psychological science to address real-world challenges.
Getting Tight — the Psychology of Cancel Culture
The current era of cancel culture is upon us. From former Senator Al Franken, to Ellen Degeneres and Amy Cooper, people everywhere are having their lives upended because they violated the current social taboos of their community. Of course
New Research in Psychological Science
A sample of research on mind-set theory, desire to be moral, subjective well-being around the world and across life span, and gender-equality paradox in STEM, and a replication of social facilitation/inhibition effects with cockroaches.
Misleading Feedback Could Make Psychological Symptoms Worse
The ambiguous nature of many psychological symptoms makes them particularly sensitive to misinformation.
We Are More Envious of Things That Haven’t Happened Yet
We are more envious of someone else’s covetable experience before it happens than after it has passed, according to research published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science. “Enviable events lose
Close Enough: The Lure Of Living Through Others
It used to be that if you wanted to feel what it was like to do something, you had to go out and do it. If your dream was to see the Grand Canyon from