Enhanced Interrogation or Torture?

Linda Sapadin, PhD Independent Practice drsapadin@aol.com A Review of The (Torture) Report (2019).  Director: Scott Z. Burns Heartless and Brutish! Immoral and Ineffective! A stain on our values and our profession! This disheartening, disturbing movie’s full name is The Torture Report. The word “torture,” however, is redacted out! It’s degrading to our profession to lay…

Are You a Late Lateef? Beating the Habit of Just Trying to Meet the Drop-Dead Deadline!

V. Krishna Kumar, PhD West Chester University of Pennsylvania kkumar@wcupa.edu A Review of Sapadin, L (2020). Overcoming your procrastination. Advice for 6 personality styles! Psych Wisdom Publishing.  WWW.PsychWisdom.Com, 2020, $9.99 (Paperback); $3.99 Kindle Edition, free on Kindle Unlimited, 150 pages. College Student Edition! You might wonder why “Late Lateef” is included in the title—well, that…

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  Congratulations to Newly Elected Board Members  Don Grant (President-Elect) Karla Hamlen (Treasurer) Joanne Broder & Kathryn Stamoulis (Members-at-Large) Congratulations to 2020 Award Winners   Mary Alvord received the 2020 Distinguished Lifetime Contributions to Media Psychology and Technology Award from the APA Society for Media Psychology and Technology. Pamela Rutledge received the 2020 Distinguished Professional…

Index of Articles Published in Psychology of Popular Media

  Psychology of Popular Media   2020 Volume 9 (3) July Recognition as a measure of television exposure: Multiple measures and their relationship to theory of mind.  U.S. newspaper reports of “alternative” birth healthcare 1989–2014: A content analysis using framing and narrative structure. Sorority see, sorority do: How social identity and media engagement relate to…