New Feature: Friday Flashback on Psych Central
We’re going to try something new for our Friday entries, and look back on what we were talking about in the past on Psych Central. Some of our readers don’t realize we’ve been doing this for 12 years now, and so have a rich history of past articles, editorials, and blog entries that we still find interesting (and you might too!).
10 Years Ago on Psych Central
- Looking Beyond Labels: Why Diagnoses are Not Important
Diagnoses are important to professionals, such as clinicians and researchers, but don’t fall into the trap of describing your core — your self — by a simple diagnosis.
5 Years Ago on Psych Central
- The Psychology of Blogs: 2002
An update to our 1998 entry about the psychology and behavior behind people blogging. Time for an update to this series!
1 Year Ago on Psych Central
- Are People More Socially Isolated Now?
We examine the research behind the media’s reports on how people are more socially isolated than 20 years ago. We suggest that the researcher’s conclusions don’t follow from their data, since they are not adequately measuring online social interactions.
- Mental Health Stigma Reduction: The Proof is in the Politics
A description how, even in today’s modern times, stigma is stopping people from seeking help for problems in their life.
Grohol, J. (2007). New Feature: Friday Flashback on Psych Central. Psych Central. Retrieved on February 23, 2017, from https://psychcentral.com/blog/archives/2007/06/29/new-feature-friday-flashback-on-psych-central/