In this post, Zuzanna Laudańska shares her experience investigating motor and vocal development in infants. She works at the Institute of Psychology, Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw (Poland), and she is a guest researcher at the Department of Developmental Psychology, University of Groningen.
The social and interconnected nature of humans has captivated researchers from diverse fields such as behavioral and cognitive sciences. In this post, we present an undergoing study focused on the process of interpersonal synchronization and its relationship with Personality.
A research team from the University of Groningen explored a methodology to measure and quantify the experience of physical and virtual art installations in a real-life environment – an internationally renowned exhibition venue for contemporary art, the Frankfurter Kunstverein.
The average person does not exist, yet we are still working with (group) averages in our daily lives. What limitations does this pose to individual development and what price are we paying, especially in high-performing domains like elite sports?
In this post, Justin invites the readers to lose their perspective as individuals to understand the basic concepts of complexity science in the reality we inhabit.
Gender identity is a crucial process in developmental trajectories. In the case of transgender adolescents, they may face regular discrimination and limitations. Taking the perspective of Personality Psychology gives way for new arguments in favor of granting adolescents more autonomy to decide about their own identity pathways.
The Corona pandemic is affecting all of us, however, children may be affected the most. This article deals with what they are struggling with, how they are coping, and what we can do to help them go through this extremely challenging time.
This post aims to describe how expressive writing can be a tool to nurture your mental and physical well-being in the context of the pandemic —or other stressful life situations.
The coronavirus catapulted us into a digital society even more rapidly than we expected. The desire and need for art as a language for shared feelings of chaos, loneliness, and hope are partially fulfilled using digital technologies and media. Yet, Gemma Schino wonders: how close are digital art experiences to the live art ones?
This post introduces the concept of Linguistic Bodies, the analysis of expressive writing from complexity science, and how it can be linked to Personality and Depression.