Clinical education must include more training in macro skills that help build the supports, policies, and community infrastructures under-served clients need.
Psychotherapy is dominated by contradicting schools of thought, exhibits a gap between research and practice, and repackages old ideas rather than finding clinical consensus.
Individuals who participate in efforts of collective action report changes in personality, behavior, and worldview.
Loneliness was found to both predict and be reinforced by severe common mental disorders.
Major study finds that economic deprivation and a lack of social capital are driving increasing rates of suicide in the U.S.
New research points to numerous harmful effects of high-level lead exposure in childhood on adult mental health and personality characteristics.
Without clarity and consensus around what social justice means, psychologists risk perpetuating injustices that undermine their stated mission.
From Robert Beshara: "I am pleased to announce that on behalf of the Critical Praxis Collective, I have put together a website which will...
A new study claims that quantitative research in psychology is “worryingly imprecise” and that generalizations may be flawed and misleading.
From Aeon: "Temperance was one of the four virtues identified by Plato’s Republic as essential to an ideal state – a framework that was later adapted by...
Several psychology groups have released the following public statement on U.S. immigration policies and practices: "This statement is an official statement of the specific signatories...
Why do ineffective classification and intervention processes linger in school psychology, and what’s the alternative?
In a new study, researchers examined 29 popular introduction to psychology textbooks and found that almost 80% included misinformation about intelligence.
A new study highlights the role heavy metal music plays in the mental health of adolescents facing adversity.
Researchers found participants were less likely to dehumanize those with whom they disagreed when they heard their voices.
This piece for The Learning Scientists lists five misconceptions about psychology and the mind that are commonly portrayed in television and film.
In this piece for Quartz, Ephrat Livni explores our evolving attitudes toward octopuses, from initial fear and revulsion to contemporary respect and inquiry. Now, scientists are...
From The Conversation: An undergraduate course in behavioral psychology at Bangor University now includes a fully gamified module that immerses students in a zombie apocalypse...
In this piece for Aeon, Kate Fehlhaber investigates why some people are overconfident in their knowledgeability and skills, despite holding inaccurate beliefs or being less competent...
In this blog for Statistical Modeling, Causal Interference, and Social Science, Andrew Gelman critiques the Association of Psychological Science's upcoming convention.
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