Sunday, October 13, 2013

New Posts on IonPsych - 13 October 2013

This fall, I am teaching a graduate seminar on speaking/writing for general audiences. As part of the class, students blog at www.ionpsych.comEach week, I'll provide a short summary of the latest posts.

The latest posts on

H. A. Logis explores how we mold our behaviors to the people around us.

Brian Metzger demonstrates how perception often isn't subject to free will.

Emily Kim describes alternatives to academia for social psychologists.

Joachim Operskalski evaluates how new developments in neuroscience might improve treatment of psychiatric disorders and why we shouldn't be so quick to dismiss Prozac. 

Anna Popova explains how to make statistics interesting.

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