Archive for February, 2011

Lots of media coverage for the JEP:G paper with Tom

By • Feb 23rd, 2011

The APA put out a press release about the JEP:G paper with Tom and it wound up getting picked up quite a bit!

 

1. Bad Times May Seem Worse If You Expect to Repeat Them

U.S. News & World Report - ‎February 10, 2011

This could be an adaptive reaction, said the researchers in a news release from the American Psychological Association. People may attempt to maintain their …

 

2. Bad Times May Seem Worse If You Expect to Repeat Them

Bloomberg BusinessWeek - February 11, 2011

This could be an adaptive reaction, said the researchers in a news release from the American Psychological Association. People may attempt to maintain their …

3. The Worst Is Yet to Come

Daily Rx – February 16, 2011
New research shows that bad things can seem worse if people know that they will experience them again. Conversely, people remember bad experiences as being less unpleasant or painful if they believe it will not happen to them again.

4. The past hurts worse when it will return

Psychology Today – February 15, 2011

A study by Jeff Galak and Tom Meyvis in the February, 2011 issue of the Journal of Experimental Psychology: General suggests that it is useful to remember …

5. Bad Times May Seem Worse If You Expect to Repeat Them | Health32.Com

Health32.com - February 11, 2011

Bad Times May Seem Worse If You Expect to Repeat Them.— People are more likely to recall an unpleasant experience as …

 

6. Bad Times May Seem Worse If You Expect to Repeat Them

Mesothelioma Online - February 13, 2011

Bad Times May Seem Worse If You Expect to Repeat Them — People are more.

7. Bad Times May Seem Worse If You Expect to Repeat Them | Diet Care

Dietcare.net - February 13, 2011

People are more likely to recall an unpleasant experience as being less painful or annoying if they believe it is.

 

8. Science Today News

Science Today - February 11, 2011

Bad Times May Seem Worse If You Expect to Repeat Them. People are more likely to recall an unpleasant experience as being less painful or annoying if they. …

9. Clinical Connection – Health News

Clinical Connection - February 12, 2011

Bad Times May Seem Worse If You Expect to Repeat Them. But recollections are less painful if you think the worst is over, …

10. Bad Things Seem Even Worse If People Have to Live Through Them Again

Planmybabyreviews.com – February 10, 2011

Bad Things Seem Even Worse If People Have to Live Through Them Again Prospect of repeating an experience can change how one remembers it, research says. …

 

11. Bad Times May Seem Worse If You Expect to Repeat Them

World News.com – February 10, 2011

Bad things seem even worse if people expect them to happen again soon …

12. Bad Things Seem Even Worse If People Have to Live Through Them Again

The Mental Health Social Worker – February 9, 2011

When people think unpleasant events are over, they remember them as being less painful or annoying than when they expect them to happen again, pointing to the power of expectation to help people brace for the worst, according to studies published by the American Psychological Association.

13. Study: Bad Things Are Worse the Second Time Around

Village Voice – February 8, 2011

This is backed up by research published from the American Psychological Association. The studies exposed people to irritating things, like vacuum cleaner …

 

14. Internal corruption is worse than external terrorism | India News …

India News – February 8, 2011

Bad things seem worse if you live them again – Bad or annoying events seem much worse if people have to go through them again. …

 

15. Science Centric | News | Bad things seem even worse if people have …

Science Centric – February 8, 2011

When people think unpleasant events are over, they remember them as being less painful or annoying than when they expect them to happen again, …

16. Disaster Strikes Article Directory » Bad things seem even worse if …

Disasterstrikes.org – February 9, 2011

Bad things seem even worse if people expect them to happen again soon

17. Bad Things Seem Even Worse If People Have To Live Through Them …

Thenewslist.com – February 8, 2011

When people think unpleasant events are over, they remember them as being less painful or annoying than when they expect them to happen again, …

18. Bad Things Seem Even Worse If People Have To Live Through Them …

Neurotalk – February 8, 2011

Bad Things Seem Even Worse If People Have To Live Through Them Again

 

19. Bad Things Seem Even Worse If People Have To Live Through Them …

The Star – February 8, 2011

When people think unpleasant events …

20. Bad things seem even worse if people have to live through them …

Niuwsfeiten.be – February 8, 2011

Bad things seem even worse if people have to live through them again.

21. Bad Things Seem Even Worse If People Have To Live Through Them Again

Medical News Today - ‎February 8, 2011

… pointing to the power of expectation to help people brace for the worst, according to studies published by the American Psychological Association. …

 

22. Why we make bad things seem even worse

Times of India - ‎February 8, 2011

New studies suggest that when people think unpleasant events are over, they remember them as being less painful or annoying than when they expect them to …

 

23. Repeating bad experience makes it seem worse

Sify – February 8, 2011

Bad or annoying events seem much worse if people have to go through them again. ‘The prospect of repeating an experience can, …

 

24. Bad things seem even worse if people expect them to happen again soon

TopNews – February 8, 2011

New studies suggest that when people think unpleasant events are over, they remember them as being less painful or annoying than when …

 

25. Bad Things Seem Even Worse if People Have to Live Through Them Again

HealthNewsDigest – February 7, 2011

When people think unpleasant events are over, they remember them as being less painful or annoying than when they expect them to happen again, pointing to the power of expectation to help people brace for the worst, according to studies published by the American Psychological Association.

 

26. Bad things seem even worse if people have to live through them again

ScienceBlog.com - ‎February 7, 2011

WASHINGTON — When people think unpleasant events are over, they remember them as being less painful or annoying than when they expect them to happen again, …

 

27. Bad things seem even worse if people have to live through them again

Pysorg – February 7, 2011

When people think unpleasant events are over, they remember them as being less painful or annoying than when they expect them to happen again, …

28. Bad Things Seem Even Worse If People Have To Live Through Them

Redorbit.com – February 7, 2011

Bad Things Seem Even Worse If People Have To Live Through Them Again. Prospect of repeating an experience can …

29. Bad things seem even worse if people have to live through them

Escience News – February 7, 2011

Bad things seem even worse if people have to live through them again.

30. BAD Things Seem Even Worse if People Have to Live Through Them

Topix.com – February 7, 2011

When people think unpleasant events are …

31. Bad things seem even worse if people have to

Lifescience Log – February 7, 2011

Bad things seem even worse if people have to live through them again. When people think unpleasant events are over, they remember them as being less painful …

32. ScienceDaily: Latest Science News

Science Daily – February 8, 2011

Bad Things Seem Even Worse If People Have to Live Through Them Again ·

33. Repeating bad experience makes it seem worse

Thaindian.com – February 7, 2011

Bad or annoying events seem much worse if people have to go through them again. The prospect of repeating an experience can, in fact, change how people …

34. Repeating bad experience makes it seem worse | Science / Technology

Indiatalkies.com – February 8, 2011

Bad or annoying events seem much worse if people have to go through them again. ‘The prospect of repeating an experience can, in fact, …

35. Repeating bad experience makes it seem worse | China News.Net

Chinanews.net – February 8, 2011

Bad or annoying events seem much worse if people have to go through them again.

36. Repeating bad experience makes it seem worse | Inditop

Inditop.com – February 8, 2011

Bad or annoying events seem much worse if people have to go through them again. ‘The prospect of repeating an experience can, …

 

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