Better Behavior With Virtual Reality
Mel Stater, a researcher with the University of Barcelona and author on a paper published in the journal Current Directions in Psychological Science, explains how we might foster prosocial behavior with virtual reality.
How Virtual Reality Therapy Can Help Make Bad Memories More Manageable
Jonathan Tissue, 35, returned home from combat missions in Afghanistan and Iraq with invisible wounds. He had been injured twice but was physically mobile. It was his anger at home that made him seem like
Meet Virtual Reality, Your New Physical Therapist
… To really push the use of virtual reality for physical and occupational therapy, “we’ll need to build a body of evidence that shows it’s effective, how we pay for it and how we can
You’re Gonna Miss Zoom When It’s Gone
If there’s a villain of the pandemic, other than COVID-19, it’s probably Zoom. The videochatting platform is making people tired, it’s making people awkward, and it’s making people sick of their own faces. Zoom is such a shoddy substitute for
Up-and-Coming Voices: The Environment and Behavioral Health
Previews of research on going green by early-career psychological scientists.
New Research From Psychological Science
A sample of research exploring blinking and time perception, how words influence speech perception, and intentional binding without intentional action.