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Book reviews from an academic lover of crime fiction

 
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This is my hodgepodge blog. A little of everything.

 


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Every relationship is different, and so is every breakup. I mean, at one point or another, haven’t we all typed, “how long get over breakup timeline” into our search bar? Sadly, there is no mathematical equation to calculate a finite timeframe...

Chances are good you are less popular than your friends. Poorer, too. Probably they are also better looking. Sorry. This is called “the friendship paradox,” and it’s just logical fact.Read more...

Long time readers of this blog will know that I am enamored by psychology, especially that, which can be put to practical use. While I have developed some expertise in psychology, especially positive psychology, I have always been pondering whether I...

Wearing the same outfit reduces the number of decisions that people have to make on a daily basis, but can it really improve performance? I found out.

It’s always the little things that make me snap. A spouse breathing too loudly, a dish left in the sink, a stranger’s bad parking job: Suddenly my whole day is ruined, and everyone I know is lucky enough to be subjected to my Larry David-like ran...

Feeling our feelings—contrary to long-held popular opinion that it is somehow weak—is remarkably hard work. Which is why we engage in frequent avoidance techniques so we don’t have to feel them: drinking, binge-eating, gambling, and staying exc...

What caused a deadly crowd swell during Travis Scott's Astroworld festival in Houston? A sociologist explains why concert mobs form.