Here’s a handy list of links to our longer, themed posts; occasional mini-series; and special guest features:
The Psychology of Fighting, Digested: 9 Fascinating Findings Involving Boxing and Other Combat Sports
10 Of The Most Famous Animals In Psychology
“Significant loss of neurons is a normal part of ageing” and other brain cell myths
The Psychology of Sex Differences – 5 Revealing Insights From Our Primate Cousins
Punishment vs. Negative Reinforcement + 9 More Pairs of Psych Terms You’re Getting Confused
5 Reasons It’s So Hard To Think Like A Scientist
Eight important neuropsychological syndromes you’ve probably never heard of
10 Ways That Running Changes Your Mind and Brain
5 Studies That Help Explain Why Social Drinking Is So Rewarding
The Psychology of Eye Contact, Digested
10 Famous Psychology Findings That It’s Been Difficult To Replicate
10 of The Most Widely Believed Myths in Psychology
The Psychology of Beards, Digested
10 Studies That Show The Advantages of Feeling Sad
Psychology’s 10 Greatest Case Studies – Digested
What Is It Like To Experience Mental Health Problems?
10 Heavenly Psychology Studies You’ll Wish You’d Participated In
The Psychology of Mindfulness, Digested
The Psychology of Voting, Digested
10 Hellish Psychology Studies You’ll Be Glad Not To Have Participated In
10 Fascinating Psychology Studies By Wife and Husband Research Teams
The Psychology of Facebook, Digested
10 of The Most Counter-Intuitive Psychology Findings Ever Published
The Psychology of Violent Extremism – Digested
The 10 Most Controversial Psychology Studies Ever Published
10 Surprising Things Babies Can Do.
The Psychology of First Impressions, Digested.
Psychology podcasts: a clickable list
The 100 most-followed psychologists on Twitter.
Digest Super Week: Meet the people with super abilities who walk among us, from super-recognisers to superagers and supertaskers.
To mark the tenth anniversary of the Research Digest email, we published a series of self-help posts based on the Digest archive. This included the Digest guide to … Studying, Human Attraction, Happiness, Influencing People, Creativity and Willpower.
Psychology to the rescue! Psychologists share their real-life stories.
A Week of Sin – psychologists confess; evidence-based ways to be good; and new sins fit for the 21st century.
The bloggers behind the (psychology) blogs.
The world’s leading psychologists on one nagging thing they still don’t understand about themselves.
What’s the most important psychology experiment that’s Never been done?
Psychology bloggers on the best psychology study of the last three years.
How to study … and other guest posts for students.