Society for Personality and Social Psychology

By Drake Baer Depression is pervasive: In 2015, about 16 million — or 6.7 percent of — American adults had a major depressive
"[Neurotic people] may be doing the wrong things for the wrong reasons," said North Dakota State University psychologist
Chances are, 50 Cent would approve of the study's results. "There are too many entrepreneurs," 50 Cent told Esquire in 2009
How do we share our research in a politically polarized America when only half the country may be receptive to our findings? That was a key question from the 2014 Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) conference.
New research suggests that children whose parents divorce when they are very young have a more difficult time establishing