In today’s issue of Science magazine, psychology Today (published by Elsevier) looks at some of the latest trends in psychology.
For more than 20 years, the magazine has been covering some of psychology’s most interesting and provocative issues, and this year’s issue is no exception.
The magazine has focused on a number of the topics that are most often covered by psychology Today: how we learn and remember information, how we develop new skills, and the way we think about the world.
The topic covered this year, of course, is self-regulation, and it is the theme that is most hotly debated by psychologists.
As you can see, the article is a long one, covering topics from how we acquire information to the importance of learning new skills and how we apply these to the workplace.
There is also a good overview of some of Psychology Today’s other special issues, such as the book “Learning and Teaching”, which covers topics such as learning from mistakes, learning how to learn better, and self-awareness.
In all, the book covers some of what psychology Today covers, and you can read a summary of the book here.
Here’s a look at some other articles from Psychology Today.
Psychology Today (psychologytoday.com) psychologytoday.co.uk (1) What you need now, today, psychologytodaymagazine.com,today,today-magazine,self-regulation article The following are the key findings of the article: People with low self-regard (also known as low selflessness) are less likely to act in a manner that contributes to their own distress.
In other words, the more low self‐regard, the less likely they are to act with self‐control in situations where they are at risk of distress.