Deconstructing Entrepreneurial Discovery
An adaption of a 2022 preprint article published in Technovation, this article explores how alertness might be related to entrepreneurial discovery and whether positivity or negativity are more associated with alertness.
Teaching: On the Benefits of Critical Ignoring
The proliferation of digital information has given people greater access to information. Yet there are few checks and balances to separate false and misleading information from the truth. Thus, people must become smart ignorers of information.
New Research From Clinical Psychological Science
A sample of research on psychosocial predictors of suicidal thoughts and behaviors, early-warning signals in children, adolescents, and adults, bidirectional effects in parent, peer, and romantic relationships, and much more.
Content Moderators Pay a Psychological Toll to Keep Social Media Clean. We Should Be Helping Them
Content moderators are the unsung heroes of the internet. They work in a growing field which upholds the social media infrastructure of today. But keeping us safer, by constantly seeing and filtering the worst content
New Research in Psychological Science
A sample of research on racism, well-being in childhood and adult health, cultural differences in delayed gratification, problem solving in animals, and much more.
How ‘Ghosting’ Is Linked to Mental Health
Check your phone. Are there any unanswered texts, snaps or direct messages that you’re ignoring? Should you reply? Or should you “ghost” the person who sent them? Ghosting happens when someone cuts off all online