"Psychology" Blogs & Blog Posts

Musings of a Soul AfloatMusings of a Soul Afloat

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

 
PodBlack CatPodBlack Cat

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

 
ParacademiaParacademia

Academic news from a researcher in psychology of religion

 
Technology and OrganizationsTechnology and Organizations

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

 
Litter CritterLitter Critter

Book reviews from an academic lover of crime fiction

 
Social Psychology EyeSocial Psychology Eye

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

 
The Mouse TrapThe Mouse Trap

the psychological and neuroscientific musings of saandygautam

 


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(This caricature of Donald Trump is by DonkeyHotey.)The following post is a small part of an interview with Bill Moyers and Robert J. Lifton. Mr. Lifton wrote the foreword for a new book (to be released on October 3rd) by 27 psychiatrists, psychologi...

People prefer products that have faces on the packaging, especially when they are lonely, according to a study published online this month in the European Journal of Social Psychology. From University of Oregon: This finding, published online t...

If you like David McRaney's You Are Not So Smart podcast, which explores human psychology in all its quirkiness, I think you'll enjoy his book, You Are Not So Smart: Why You Have Too Many Friends on Facebook, Why Your Memory Is Mostly Fiction, and 46...

It is 100 years since the notorious battle of Passchendaele. We now know much more about the trauma experienced by thousands of troops during the Great War and we recognise that, even into the 21st-century, service personnel can be affected … C...

Psychologists at Johns Hopkins University are currently giving two dozen religious leaders psilocybin, the psychedelic drug in magic mushrooms, to, y'know, see what happens. From The Guardian: Despite most organised religions frowning on the u...

Mashable explains why so many people can’t stand the word “moist.” It turns out it has to do with both word association and the bandwagon effect.

How did music begin? Did our early ancestors first start by beating things together to create rhythm, or use their voices to sing? What types of instruments did they use? Has music always been important in human society, and if so, why? These are som...