Archive | June, 2019


30 Jun

A study found that, overall, its subjects spent 66% of their time focusing on the present; 26%, on the future; and 8%, on the past. (In brief. Living in the moment. Monitor on Psychology, 2018, 49(2), pp. 12-13)

Crisis Communications

27 Jun

During a crisis, people feel more stressed when they rely on social media rather than officials and traditional media. (In brief, Crisis communication. Monitor on Psychology, 2018, 49(1), p. 15)


16 Jun

Children with television or video game systems in their bedrooms spend less time sleeping, reading, and being physically active than those without. (In brief. Screen time. Monitor on Psychology, 49(10, p. 13)


13 Jun

Postpartum depression affects about one in every 200 births to mothers who have no prior psychological problems. (In brief. Postpartum depression. Monitor on Psychology, 2-018, 49(1), p. 13)


11 Jun

Five experiments found that people’s voices express more emotions than their faces. (In brief. Listen carefully. Monitor on Psychology, 2018, 49(1), p. 11)