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How to Beat Writer’s Block

The New Yorker: In 1920, a sixteen-year-old Graham Greene decided that, after “104 weeks of monotony, humiliation, and mental pain,” he could no longer remain at Berkhamsted, the prep school where he was enrolled. He fled, leaving behind a note of resignation for his parents—his father was the school’s headmaster— More

Las influencias profundas de la religión en la psicología: moralidad, relaciones intergrupales, autoconceptuacióne inculturación

Adam B. Cohen[1] Universidad Estatal de Arizona Originalmente publicado en: Current Directions in Psychological Science, Vol. 24 (1), 77-82, 2015. Traducción de: Alejandro Franco (Portal de formación iPsicologia.com) Correo: alejandro.franco@ipsicologia.com     Abstract La religión afecta los procesos psicológicos de maneras diversas e importantes, y es un tema que recibe More

Desempacando la diferenciación de emociones: transformando la experiencia desagradable al percibir distinciones en la negatividad

Todd B. Kashdan, Lisa Feldman Barrett, y Patrick E. McKnight George Mason University Northeastern University Originalmente publicado en: Current Directions in Psychological Science, Vol. 24 (1), 10-16, 2015. Traducción de: Alejandro Franco (Portal de formación iPsicologia.com) Correo: alejandro.franco@ipsicologia.com   Resumen La capacidad para percibir y distinguir cuidadosamente la rica complejidad More

Pupil Size: A Measure of Trust?

Scientific American Mind: Pupils are a rich source of social information. Although changes in pupil size are automatic and uncontrollable, they can convey interest, arousal, helpful or harmful intentions, and a variety of emotions. According to a new study published in Psychological Science, we even synchronize our pupil size with More