New Content From Perspectives on Psychological Science
A sample of articles on stress responses, Qualia, sex/gender differences in verbal fluency, seeing racism as a zero-sum game, why (and when) beliefs change, and much more.
Ukrainians are trying to confront the war’s psychological wounds even as the battles wear on. … Kate Pokrovskaya, a 39-year-old psychotherapist, was asleep at her home in Kyiv, Ukraine, on Feb. 24 when she and
Up-and-Coming Voices: Advances in Clinical Interventions
Students and early-career researchers discuss their research relating to advances in clinical psychology.
Tending the Family Tree: Intervening in Intergenerational Mental Health
Unaddressed mental health concerns can echo through the generations of a family, but the exact path depression, anxiety, and other disorders may take through the branches of a family tree isn’t always straightforward.
‘This Is the Price We Pay to Live in This Kind of Society’
Seeing news of mass shooting after mass shooting can produce both a stress response and a cynical sense that nothing will change. … The sites of mass shootings have become instantly recognizable markers of tragedy
Trauma and Ukraine: The World Health Organization Leveraged Psychological Science to Help Prepare Us for This Moment
Addressing a crisis like this means looking directly at the problem-solving needs that arise in times of war, danger, or difficulty and empowering ourselves to meet these needs.