Top Posts: August 2017

Close your summer with these top reads, including essays about learning reason, artificial intelligence, evil villains, and more. Cover Image: Chevanon/Pexels

The Positivity of Death

By Art Markman Ph.D.

Male Risk of Autism

By Christopher Badcock Ph.D.

Who Will Use Open Data?

By Mark D. Humphries Ph.D.

Is There a "Superior” Sex?

By Glenn Geher Ph.D.

How Children’s Brains Learn to Reason

By Lydia Denworth

How Waiting Impacts Consumer Behavior

By The Georgetown University McDonough School of Business

The Reign of Error

By Glenn C. Altschuler Ph.D.

Money on the Mind

By Psychology Today Editorial Staff

On that Google Memo...

By David P Schmitt Ph.D.

The Psychology of First Impressions

By David Ludden Ph.D.

I Love Him

By Aaron Ben-Zeév Ph.D.

Are Dogs Getting Cuter?

By John Bradshaw Ph.D.

How Do We Read Emotions in Robots?

By Wilma Koutstaal Ph.D.

Currency Innovation: Bitcoin

By Jeff DeGraff Ph.D.

How Conflict Is Like Sex

By Peter T. Coleman Ph.D.

Social Contagion and Pet Choices

By Hal Herzog Ph.D.

Do You Know Your Cat’s Personality?

By Jessica Pierce Ph.D.

Do Narcissists Tell the Truth About Themselves?

By Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D.

Can Woodpeckers Save Football?

By Nigel Barber Ph.D.

Wealthy Is as Wealthy Feels

By Nigel Barber Ph.D.

Roots of Distress Among Refugees

By Kenneth E. Miller Ph.D.

Heroes, Statues, and Moral Standards

By Mark Alicke Ph.D.

Men's Postpartum Depression

By Darby Saxbe Ph.D.

What Were You Doing in My Dream?

By Rodrigo M. Braga Ph.D.

Shakespeare’s Most Evil Villains

By Dale Hartley Ph.D., MBA