Popular psychology magazine Psychology Today have launched their own blog network with some of the biggest names in psychology, psychiatry and philosophy of mind regularly writing for it.
As a magazine, PsyToday has had a long reputation for being a bit populist and light on what most psychologists what actually think of as psychology.
That seems to have been changing in recent years and there’s been a consistent increase in the quality of the articles.
For their blog network, they seem to have recruited some of the most interesting and well-known researchers from around the world to write for them, including Dan Ariely, Jesse Bering, Peter Kramer, Nassir Ghaemi, Roy Baumeister, Nancy Segal, Scott Lilienfeld to name but a few of the many.
The latest posts are at the top, but scroll down for the (huge!) complete list of contributors.
Link to Psychology Today blog network (via Neurophilosophy).
2 thoughts on “Psychology Today blog network launches”
most of them seemed really uninteresting and useless information. I find alot more useful things here and on the neurophilosophy blog
I’ve found Christopher Peterson’s blog really good thus far. But then he’s writing about happiness and positive psychology, topics I love and write about on my own blog, so I might be a bit biased.