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Psychology Today Blog Posts

Since 2010 I have been writing an invited blog for Psychology Today, a well respected monthly magazine for psychologists and the general public.

Trump: The Master Distractor

What psychology says about our presidential election and the American public

Reading Books is on The Decline But Audiobooks are Rising

Audiobooks Allow Us to Be Distracted

Are We All Becoming Pavlov’s Dogs?

Is our smartphone making us act like Pavlov’s dogs?

My “Last Lecture”

Mentoring at a multicultural state university

Taking a (Virtual) Break: Can You Survive Without Your Technology for 24 Hours? I Doubt it!

The Daily Show Effect: Attracting Young Voters to Politics One Joke at a Time

Does Too Much Media Make our Kids Sick?

Media and Health:

Update on e-Books and the Rapid Spread of Technology – It’s Happening Fast Folks!

Amazon: More e-books sold than hardbacks!

How Media Distorts Scientific Results

How can psychological scientists present their research and not have it distorted by the media? And what happens when professionals misquote research from the popular press distortions? My experience with this has changed the way I will work with the press.

Phantom Pocket Vibration Syndrome

Have you ever felt your pocket “vibrate” and when you checked your phone there was no message? You may suffer from “phantom pocket vibration syndrome.”

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