January 19-25

Why you should think of your night out as a "date," some handy advice from scientists, and lessons from MLK, Leonard Cohen, and Peyton Manning.

Why a "Real" Date Is Better Than Hooking Up

By Jill P. Weber Ph.D.
When a person grows more and more uncomfortable with one-on-one

Disgust Has Us in Its Grip

By Valerie A. Curtis Ph.D.
Five things disgust tells us about ourselves

Peyton Manning and the Power of Plasticity

By E. Paul Zehr Ph.D.
Neuroplasticity can be influenced by prior training and current effort.

4 Intriguing Decisions From Martin Luther King

By Nick Tasler
Success lessons from the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Embracing Our Imperfect Life

By The Contemporary Psychoanalysis Group
Listening to Leonard Cohen and learning to relish defeat.

The 5 Biggest Problems With Revenge

By Leon F Seltzer Ph.D.
What are the best things ever said about revenge?

Psychology’s Greatest Advice

By Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D.
Seven of psychology’s greatest lessons and what makes them great

Test Early, Test Often?

By Dana S Dunn Ph.D.
Understanding and applying the virtues of the testing effect