If you're interested in psychology, you'll love this fascinating collection of psychology articles by leading academics and researchers.
See following link to to read a fascinating article on sleep paralysis and exploding head syndrome by Alice M Gregory, Professor of Psychology, Goldsmiths, University of London.
See following link to read a fascinating article on Milgram's infamous obedience experiments by Nick Haslam, Professor of Psychology, University of Melbourne and psychologist Gina Perry.
See following link to read a fascinating article exploring the question of why a psychological event triggers a physiological response related to the regulation of temperature by Félix Schoeller, a research fellow at the Center for Research and Interdisciplinarity in Paris, France.
See following link to read a fascinating article on face perception by Jordan Suchow, a cognitive scientist studying vision, learning, memory and technology at the University of California, Berkeley.
See following link to read a great article on the illusion of confidence, the cognitive bias which inflates self-assessment by Kate Fehlhaber, a PhD candidate in neuroscience at the University of California, Los Angeles.
See following link to read a great article on hedonic adaptation by Robert W. Smith, Assistant Professor of Marketing, The Ohio State University and Ed O'Brien, Assistant Professor of Behavioral Science, University of Chicago.
See following link to read a very interesting article on the complex and versatile nature of personality by Luke Smillie, Senior Lecturer in Personality Psychology, University of Melbourne.
See following link to read a fascinating article by by Tali Sharot, director of the Affective Brain Lab and an associate professor of cognitive neuroscience in the department of experimental psychology at University College London.
See following link to read a great article by David Levari, postdoctoral researcher in psychology at Harvard University on why many problems in life seem to stubbornly stick around no matter how hard we work to fix them.
See following link to read a great article by Penny Van Bergen, Senior Lecturer in Educational Psychology, Macquarie University and Carol Newall Senior Lecturer in Early Childhood, Macquarie University, which offers an insightful developmental perspective on lying in young children.
See following link to read a thought-provoking article on the concept of teleological behaviourism by Howard Rachlin, Emeritus Research Professor of Psychology, Stony Brook University.
See following link to read a fascinating article by Gustav Kuhn from the department of psychology, Goldsmiths University of London, on how studying magic provides insights into how and why our minds are so easily deceived.
See following link to to read a fascinating article on lucid dreaming by Denholm Aspy, a visiting research fellow at the School of Psychology at the University of Adelaide.
See following link to read a great article by Jennifer MacCormack, Ph.D. Student in Psychology and Neuroscience, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, exploring the idea that hunger affects our feelings and behaviors.
See following link to read a great article on the study of humor within experimental psychology by Janet M. Gibson, Professor of Cognitive Psychology at Grinnell College.
See following link to read a great article outlining a modern Stoic guide to anger management by Massimo Pigliucci, professor of philosophy at City College and at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.
See following link for a fascinating article on 'split-brain' patients, whose corpus callosum – the highway for communication between the left and the right cerebral hemispheres – has been surgically severed to halt otherwise intractable epilepsy; by Yaïr Pinto, a cognitive psychologist and physicist who works as an assistant professor in the psychology department of the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands.
See following link to read a fascinating psychology article about how children understand the world by Henrike Moll, Assistant Professor in Developmental Psychology, University of Southern California – Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences.
See following link to read a fascinating article on the temptation to be dishonest by Neil Garrett, a postdoctoral researcher in the Daw Lab at the Princeton Neuroscience Institute.
See following link to read a great article by Richard Stephens, Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Keele University, which shows that there is much more to swearing than simply causing offence.
See following link to read a great article by Manchester Metropolitan University academics, Neil Dagnall, Reader in Applied Cognitive Psychology and Ken Drinkwater, Senior Lecturer and Researcher in Cognitive and Parapsychology.
See following link to read a fascinating article on why some songs get stuck in our heads more than others by Kelly Jakubowski, a music psychologist at Durham University.
See following link to read a fascinating article by Dr. Kevin Brooks, Associate Professor in Human Visual Perception, Macquarie University, on why indistinct and often randomly formed stimuli are interpreted as meaningful.
See following link to read a thought-provoking article by Olivia Remes, PhD Candidate, University of Cambridge.
See following link to read a fascinating article on the neuroscience of intuition by Valerie van Mulukom, research associate in psychology at Coventry University.
See following link to read an excellent article which provides simple and practical ways that can help everyone to enjoy good mental health.
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See following link to read an excellent article on stereotype threat by Magdalena Zawisza, senior lecturer in psychology at Anglia Ruskin University.
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Irving Janis was born. A highly respected researcher within the field of personality and social psychology, Janis wrote widely on a range of topics; most notably attitude change, stress and coping, de…
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James McKeen Cattell was born. A dominant figure in the founding days of modern psychology, Cattell studied under Wilhelm Wundt at the University of Leipzig before returning to the United States to ta…
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Lillian Moller Gilbreth was born. A pioneer in the field of industrial and organizational psychology, Gilbreth introduced the concept of the time and motion study as a business efficiency and producti…