"Psychology" Blogs & Blog Posts

Stella's BlogStella's Blog

This is my hodgepodge blog. A little of everything.

 
Litter CritterLitter Critter

Book reviews from an academic lover of crime fiction

 
ParacademiaParacademia

Academic news from a researcher in psychology of religion

 
Musings of a Soul AfloatMusings of a Soul Afloat

New York young professional collects thoughts and photographs that inspire,...

 
Technology and OrganizationsTechnology and Organizations

Integrating technology, organization, and people -- for TOP Management. In...

 
Higher TruthHigher Truth

Looking into the nature of truth; both relative & absolute and the psyc...

 
PodBlack CatPodBlack Cat

Science, superstitions and skeptical life - a female's token skeptic b...

 


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My most recent essay film, Visual Disturbances, premiered in the open access journal [in]Transition yesterday. This open access journal features peer reviewed academic video essays and showcases a wide variety of film and media analysis. Visual Dis...

In a heavy-duty new scientific paper published this week, University of Oxford researchers argue that the association between adolescent well-being and digital technology use is tiny. Really tiny. From Scientific American: (The paper by experi...

A new study is making waves in the worlds of tech and psychology by questioning the basis of thousands of paper and analyses with conflicting conclusions on the effect of screen time on well-being. The researchers claim is that the science doesn't ag...

Another year in life hacks come and gone! We’re celebrating our favorite moments, hacks, guests and episodes of 2018 with this, our annual Best of The Upgrade episode. Whether you’re a lifelong listener taking a trip down memory lane, or new list...

At the beginning of this year, I was using my iPhone to browse new titles on Amazon when I saw the cover of “How to Break Up With Your Phone” by Catherine Price. I downloaded it on Kindle because I genuinely wanted to reduce my smartphone use, bu...

Eight years ago, in the town of Van Buren, Missouri, newly retired resident John Pope walked six blocks and picked up 1,085 cigarette butts. The unsightly, unpleasant litter problem — as we're all acutely aware — isn't confined to Pope's...

Daniel Willingham, a University of Virginia psychologist who wrote "The Reading Mind," says that the most common question he receives these days is the following: “Is it cheating if I listen to an audiobook for my book club?” In a New York Times...