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  • How Many Ways Can We Measure Well-Being?

    Reconsidering how we think about the subject.

  • Fifty Psychological and Psychiatric Terms to Avoid

    A list of inaccurate, misleading, misused, ambiguous, and logically confused words and phrases. The goal of this article is to promote clear thinking and clear writing among students and teachers of psychological science by curbing terminological misinformation and confusion.

  • Gender Bias in the Reading the Mind in the Eyes Test

    A test of affective empathy, the Reading the Mind in the Eyes test, is gender biased due to the restricted range of female images and emotional expression. It should be redesigned with careful attention to parity between both the range and types of emotions depicted for men and women, and to include non-stereotyped female images.