Psychology Archive

Jennifer Wegmann, Binghamton University – Stress-Enhancing Mindset

On Binghamton University Week: Stress is an everyday fact of life. Jennifer Wegmann, lecturer in Health

Charlotte Alexander, Georgia State University – Sorry (Not Sorry) Decoding #MeToo Defenses

The #MeToo Movement has made a dent, but there is still work to do in our

Joe Cobbs, Northern Kentucky University – The Rage and Riches of Rivalry

Rivalries are important for the business of sports. Joe Cobbs, professor of sports business and event

Kristin Anderson, University of Houston-Downtown – How Entitlement Explains Inequality

The battle against inequality in our society is ongoing. Kristin Anderson, professor of psychology at the

Tim Franz, St. John Fisher College – Making Team Projects Work

Team projects can be fraught, but are important as a learning tool. Tim Franz, professor of

Mark Miller, Hokkaido University – Warping Effects of Social Media

The ills of social media are becoming more apparent by the day. Mark Miller, assistant professor

Richard Lopez, Bard College – Emotion Regulation Strategies: Know Your Toolbox

Our emotions run the gamut, and we need a toolbox of strategies to cope. Richard Lopez,

Edna Chun, Columbia University – Systemic Racism

Systemic racism hasn’t always been in the news. Edna Chun, lecturer at Columbia University, explores this

April Thames, University of Southern California Dornsife – Toxic Racism

Racism is bad for your health. April Thames, associate professor of psychology and psychiatry at the

Ximena Garcia-Rada, Texas A&M University – Consumers Value Effort Over Ease When Caring for Close Others

Caregiving is never easy. Ximena Garcia-Rada, assistant professor of marketing at Texas A&M University, determines that