Stuff I am Reading
Updated: Dec 1, 2021
I try to read one book a week. In between the books are a bunch of articles that provide incredible insight into our world.
The Science Behind Why Introverts Struggle to Put Their Thoughts Into Words
My partner gets annoyed that there are so many books and articles out there trying to teach introverts how to assimilate into the "normal" world. She asks, "Why aren't there articles for Extroverts, teaching them to shut up." Too funny!
In the new literary landscape, readers are customers, writers are service providers, and books are expected to offer instant gratification.
New neuroscience research sheds light on the relationship between anger and brain structure
A neuroimaging study published in Clinical Psychological Science provides new insights into the link between anger and the functional architecture of brain networks. The new research has uncovered a collection of brain regions that are associated with variations in trait anger.
The High Cost of Men's Loneliness
Men often don't have close friends. In heterosexual relationships, women often maintain friendships for the couple.
Glennon Doyle: 'So many women feel caged by gender, sexuality, religion'
Glennon Doyle’s memoir inspired Adele – but do we all need to be ‘untamed’?
Hallucinogen in 'magic mushrooms' relieves depression in largest clinical trial to date
Psilocybin, the hallucinogen found in "magic mushrooms," helped to relieve symptoms in people with hard-to-treat depression in the largest clinical trial of its kind to date, the trial's organizers announced Tuesday (Nov. 9).
New research provides insights into the links between sociosexuality, relationship quality, and infidelity
Psychology research has shown that being in a lower quality relationship — a relationship that lacks intimacy, commitment, and satisfaction — is associated with a higher likelihood of cheating on one’s partner.
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