Editor’s note: The British Psychology Society recommends the best psychology books of the year.
Editor’s note: A look at political ideology as a cognitive bias and how that links to ideology and dogma.
Editor’s note: One for the students of learner engagement – where are your learners on the grit scale? Is this as an important factor in adult learners as it appears to be in students?
Editor’s note: Recent research suggests that in some cases, providing weak arguments in favor of a candidate or cause leads supporters to engage in greater advocacy than providing strong ones.
Editor’s note: A look at Maslow’s hierarchy of needs 70 years after the psychologist came up with it.
Editor’s note: We all do it, surely? A look at the psychology of procrastination and how to turn it to your advantage.
Editor’s note: Not surprising? The amount of social media activity a person takes part in is linked to their level of narcissism, new research has suggested.
Editor’s note: A wide-ranging list but some nuggets in here. It’s an infographic so links aren’t clickable.
Editor’s note: A look at the work of Stanford Professor Carol Dweck, author of Mindset: The New Psychology of Success, and how a flexible mindset can lead to growth.
Editor’s note: Technology augments but cannot supersede intuition, argues Annette Karmiloff-SmithSource.
Editor’s note: Men’s brains work differently to women’s brains according to Professor Simon Baron-Cohen, author of The Essential Difference. John Curran looks at the implications for designing elearning.
Editor’s note: Interesting insights and tips on Google+ comment threads. Worth a look if you start you own discussions or dip into other people’s posts.
Editor’s note: PsychSource is the new way to access a wealth of resources from the British Psychological Society – needless to say, a useful resource.
Editor’s note: Beware the folk psychology around neuroscience – of particular importance to L&D.