by Monica Y. BartlettPowerful individuals feel more grateful than less powerful people. Differences in self-esteem may explain this.
SPSP's Summer Psychology Forum offers an opportunity to develop skills, form collaborations, and network with colleagues interested in studying the patterns of change over time. Bring your data to a variety of hands-on, virtual workshops, along with a keynote address from Dr. Robin Vallacher.
Blaming COVID-19 can help couples weather pandemic-related stress Relationships are often undermined by everyday frustrations like work stress or financial anxiety, but how do couples handle a challenge as unprecedented as the COVID-19 pandemic?
Oh Psychology Professor, Heal Thyself: Tips for Having a Productive Summer
by Debbie MaThe end of the academic year means it's time to get started on those projects you've been pushing off 'til summer. Here are 3 simple suggestions for planning your summer break.
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