"Psychology" Blogs & Blog Posts

Litter CritterLitter Critter

Book reviews from an academic lover of crime fiction

 
Stella's BlogStella's Blog

This is my hodgepodge blog. A little of everything.

 
Social Psychology EyeSocial Psychology Eye

Social Psychology Eye is the associated site for Social and Personality Psy...

 
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...

 
Musings of a Soul AfloatMusings of a Soul Afloat

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

 


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Successful people are not necessarily happy and happy people are not necessarily successful.  There are always trade-offs involved in life and depending on our priorities, we may want to become better at being more successful or happier, or lead liv...

There are few things more fashionable these days than being “green”, but separating a truly eco-friendly bottle of sunscreen from a bottle of emerald-tinted snake-oil can be tough even for the shrewdest of consumers. Read more...

It's not uncommon for scientists to use Amazon's Mechanical Turk for research -- they can quickly gather survey data in return for a small outlay to participants. Academics are quickly discovering the limits of the task service with the mod...

Research published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (paywalled, no Sci-Hub mirror) describes a fascinating experimental outcome in which subjects were asked to enact "meaningless rituals" ("knocking the table with their knuckles, c...

When New York University psychologist Jonathan Haidt asked about a thousand attendees at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology in 2011 to identify their political views with a show of hands, only three hands went up...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Rs1B8V4vx0 When Yale psych professor Laurie Santos offered a course in how to be happy -- based on the latest peer-reviewed science -- she hoped that a reasonable number of students would sign up (after all, the li...

A team of computer scientists, psychologists and neuroscientists used eye-tracking and fMRI to measure how users perceived security warnings, such as warnings about app permissions and browser warnings about insecure pages and plugin installations.