Health - Psychology - Jan 15
In the largest examination to date of the health consequences of ageism, or age-based bias, researchers at the Yale School of Public Health have found evidence that it harms the health of older people in 45 countries and across 5 continents. The study included over 7 million participants. Yale Professor Becca Levy was asked by the World Health Organization to lead the analysis as part of its newly launched Global Campaign to Combat Ageism , which is supported by 194 countries.
Psychology - Jan 15

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Environment - Psychology - Jan 8

By reviewing the psychology behind climate change rejection, a Stanford researcher suggests four approaches that can sway climate deniers and help overcome obstacles to implementing solutions. Want to sway the opinion of climate deniers' Start by acknowledging and respecting people's beliefs.

Music - Psychology - Jan 6

Scientists have mapped 13 key emotions triggered when we listen to music. Click on image to visit audio map. (Graphic by Alan Cowen) The "Star-Spangled Banner" stirs pride. Ed Sheeran's "The Shape of You" sparks joy.

Psychology - Business - Dec 31, 2019

New York Times columnist David Brooks kicked off a recent University of Chicago event by waxing nostalgic about his alma mater. Great texts there, he recalled, were treated "as if the keys to the kingdom, the keys to the secret of life, were found in these books if you read them well and studied them.

Health - Psychology - Jan 15
Health - Psychology

One in six women experience long-term post-traumatic stress following miscarriage or ectopic pregnancy.

Linguistics - Psychology - Jan 8
Linguistics - Psychology

Even when people believed Hillary Clinton would win the 2016 election, they did not use "she" to refer to the next president.

Life Sciences - Psychology - Jan 3

It can take years to diagnose a child with a psychiatric or attention deficit disorder, forcing them to endure a lot of frustration and suffering. A study led by Northeastern University psychologist Susan Whitfield-Gabrieli, above, and UC Berkeley neuroscientist Silvia Bunge shows that brain scans in young children can predict future mental health and attention issues.

Social Sciences - Psychology - Dec 27, 2019
Social Sciences - Psychology

New research from the University of Sussex shows that people who take part in Dry January - living alcohol-free for a month - are still drinking less six months later.

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