I love when I find useful sites on the net, and I now stumbled over every psychologists unconscious dream: A web-page full of useful information and interesting links. If you like psychology as much as me, I can warmly recommend the following excerpt, and you can even find more information on their web page. I take you to the candy shop.
So, here comes the http://bps-research-digest.blogspot.no/2013/07/link-feast.html
In case you missed them – 10 of the best psychology links from the past week:
1. The expression and perception of human emotion is the same the world over, right? Lisa Barrett doesn’t think so as this Boston magazine feature article about her research and theories explains. Not everyone liked the way the article presented Barrett as a lone warrior fighting established theory – check this scathing blog post from Michael Kraus. (also here’s more on universality of emotional expression from the Digest archive).
3. How to find passion in your life … Eric Barker highlights useful guidance from Daniel Gilbert, Daniel Pink and other people not called Daniel.
4. We thought it would never happen but it looks like the British Summer is here. Stuart Jeffries for the Guardian takes a look at psychology research on links between weather and wellbeing (much of the article is derived from thisblog post by US PhD student Amie Gordon). Includes the revelation thatapparently 50 per cent of us are not affected emotionally by the weather.
7. How easy is it to fake mental illness? Sam Judah for BBC news magazine.
10. “Hikikomori” is a sad and curious phenomenon in Japan that describes thousands of cases of complete withdrawal by young men from society.Claudia Hammond and William Kremer investigate in this BBC article that accompanies the final episode in Hammond’s excellent BBC World Service series on mental health around the world (airs this afternoon at 3.30 BST).