The Amazing Capacity of Vision Most of the time, I talk with other clinical psychologists. However, every once in a while, I get the chance to talk to a vision scientist. If you get the chance to do the same, I highly recommend it -- you might be surprised what you hear. Vision scientists tend… Continue reading Psychological Network Analysis is Not a Predictive Method
A Scientific Experiment A new study appearing in the Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry suggests that trigger warnings may foster vulnerability rather than protection. The experimental design was simple: 270 people read passages from literature. Half were given trigger warnings (trigger warnings group), and half weren't (control group). The passages, drawn from literary… Continue reading Peer-Reviewed Study Suggests Trigger Warnings May be Harmful
Imagine getting a text from a friend saying they can’t hang out this weekend and spending the next several hours wondering if they don’t want to be friends anymore. Or experiencing an overwhelming sense of panic at the very thought of presenting your research at the conference you’re attending next month. These experiences are just a few examples of how social anxiety disorder (SAD) can impede a person’s daily life.
There has been some recent debate over the replicability of psychological network modeling. We replicated a recent paper. Click here to read the full post!