Shuffling the food around can make a huge difference in what we consume every day. Studies have shown that we reach for what is convenient and what is visible, Top Shelf: Fresh Food Snacks Think of this eye-level shelf as your kitchen...
Phoebe C. Ellsworth is a social psychologist and professor at the University of Michigan, holding dual appointments at the Psychology Department and in the Law School. Ellsworth is noted for her work in law and psychology. More specifically, she has done research on jury behavior and decision making, public opinion and the death penalty, and eyewitness identification.
Florence Laura Goodenough (1886 – 1959) was an American psychologist and professor at the University of Minnesota who is noted for developing the Minnesota Preschool Scale and the Goodenough Draw-A-Man test (now the Draw-A-Person Test). She wrote the Handbook of Child Psychology in 1933, and she became president of the National Council of Women Psychologists in 1942. She is also noted for her instruction of Ruth Howard, the second African American woman to earn a Ph.D. in Psychology.
Take these 4 steps to make any argument productive
In his book, "Intuition Pumps and Other Tools for Thinking," philosopher Daniel Dennett explains that arguments can still be civilized discussions if people don't let their egos get in the way. Dennet offers these four steps: