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  • 14 Sep 2023
    Ross A. Thompson


    Science informs public understanding on everything from climate change to cancer treatments to child development. But how does it do so, and who determines what the public learns? Does science infiltrate public awareness from the work of science journalists reporting on new discoveries in places like the New York Times or the BBC? Or from the efforts of […]

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  • 16 Aug 2023
    Feature image showing statue of man for James F. Brennan's blog "Men, Masculinity, & Psychology"
    James F. Brennan

    Men, Masculinity, & Psychology

    Blog #3 in the, Psychology and its Antecedents, series Earlier this summer, several articles appeared in the New York Times about masculinity and how the concept and its expectations are evolving in our social interactions. Some of this interest was prompted by a book (Manhood: The Masculine Virtues America Needs, Regnery Publishing, 2023) by a […]

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  • 7 Aug 2023
    Stephen K. Reed

    Turning Creativity Into Innovation

    I enjoy writing articles and books that integrate ideas, which resulted in my most recent book Encouraging Innovation: Cognition, Education, and Implementation. The first section of the book discusses the cognitive and social skills required for innovation – reasoning, problem solving, creativity, group decision making, and collaborative problem solving. The second section discusses education – […]

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  • 2 Aug 2023
    Kenneth Carter

    Q&A with Psychopathology Author

    Kenneth Carter, PhD, talks about student involvement in the writing process of his book, Psychopathology Dr. Ken Carter, author of Psychopathology, sat down with Cambridge University Press marketing associate, Victoria Wenke, to discuss the building of his textbook and the unique involvement of his students in the development of the book. Q&A Victoria Wenke: Hello […]

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  • 2 Aug 2023
    Kees van den Bos

    Treating People Fairly: A Possible Way to Prevent Unwarranted Distrust, Polarization, and Conspiracy Thinking

    In my recent book, ‘The Fair Process Effect,’ I aim to provide a framework for understanding and possibly managing various conditions of discontent in our societies. The book studies antecedents of societal distrust, heightened polarization, and increased levels of conspiracy thinking. The book analyzes these different instances of discontent in society, focusing on three key points

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  • 5 Jul 2023
    Kenneth Carter

    Carter, PhD, to Present at APA ’23

    Kenneth Carter, Ph.D., author of Psychopathology will be presenting as the Harry Kirke Wolfe Lecturer at the American Psychological Association (APA) annual conference in August 2023. Carter’s presentation, “The Power of Public Scholarship: Inspiring Innovative Teaching and Learning,” will take place on August 4, 2023, from 4:00 – 4:50 pm EST. Carter will also present […]

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  • 30 Jun 2023
    Adam Polnay

    The tone that makes the music: Psychodynamics of Listening with Intent

    When a therapist listens to a patient in psychotherapy, this is a bit like listening to music. With music, we listen to musical notes but also to the tone, rhythm, the themes that emerge, the changes in mood, and the silences. Furthermore, even with songs in a foreign language when we don’t understand the words […]

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  • 20 Jun 2023
    Saulo de Freitas Araujo, Lisa M. Osbeck

    What does everyone mean by ‘pluralism’ and why should we care?

    Pluralism is a kind of buzzword across much of the academic landscape, but is it clear what we mean by it or what a pluralistic approach to science or any branch of inquiry entails?  Why should we care about pluralism in the first place, much less turn to pluralism as a viable path to knowledge?  How is pluralism any different from relativism?

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