Why talking nonsense to strangers is good for your mental health [#ResearchRoundUp Podcast Episode 1]
Delve into this weeks 'Research Round Up' and find out why:
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Dupont-Boime, J., & Thevenot, C. (2018). High working memory capacity favours the use of finger counting in six-year-old children. Journal of Cognitive Psychology. Retrieved 23 March 2018 from: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/20445911.2017.1396990?journalCode=pecp21
Milek, A., Butler, A.E., Tackman, M.A., Kaplan, M.D.., Raison, L.C., Sharra, A.D., Vazire, S., & Mehl, R.M. (In Press). "Eavesdropping on Happiness" Revisited: A Pooled, Multi-Sample Replication of the Association between Life Satisfaction and Observed Daily Conversation Quantity and Quality. Psychological Science. Retrieved 23 March 2018 from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/323399744_Eavesdropping_on_Happiness_Revisited_A_Pooled_Multi-Sample_Replication_of_the_Association_between_Life_Satisfaction_and_Observed_Daily_Conversation_Quantity_and_Quality
Webb, L.T., Lindquist, A.K., Avishai, A., & Sheeran, P. (2017). Situation selection is a particularly effective emotion regulation strategy for people who need help regulating their emotions. Cognition and Emotion. Retrieved 23 March 2018 from: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/02699931.2017.1295922?journalCode=pcem20