Media Psychology: Promise & Possibilities
During my doctoral orientation week “Closing Ceremonies” (Fall 2008), a professor suddenly pivoted from his previously demonstrated jocular and welcoming weeklong attitude, and with a somber tone, addressed our cohort.
Life sometimes, or perhaps often, tends to take its own course.
The APA Council of Representatives October 2021 meeting marked a historic moment for the association and field of psychology.
Fact-checking fake news
Reflecting on our experience mentoring the inaugural cohort, through the Grad Stepping Program.
Recommendations for modeling emotional expression in the workplace
A review of Noise A Flaw in Human Judgment
A review of THIS BOOK IS FEMINIST.
Nazism, ageism, sexism, and academia.
We’re panicking about everything from pregnant seahorses to Dave Chappelle. But Why?
We need a new citation metric to encourage cultural diversity in research.
Promoting Underrepresented Students in Media Psychology.
Can media shaming lead to trauma?
Rebuilding trust in mainstream news.