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The current mod @Eli hasn’t been active since last July, so I have requested to be modded (thx @dessalines).

Edit: I have added rules and a new community image. If you find any news regarding psychology, its fields, or you want to ask/discuss something, please do so :D And if you have any more ideas for this community, please share them here!

Looking at /r/psychology, it seems that restricting the content to only scientific news/papers might stop an inflood of low-quality submissions that are just unscientific at best; but many of the articles over there are often just the results of one/two studies taken at face value.

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A place for articles, discussions and questions about psychology – the science of mind and behavior. It is a multidisciplinary field, covering behavioral, cognitive, developmental, educational, neuro-biological, personality, and social studies (and more!).


Rules:

  1. Do not take or give direct medical advice in your posts or comments.
  2. Absolutely no bigotry, hate speech or discrimination. That includes (but is not limited to) ableism, antisemitism, islamophobia, queer*- and LGBTQIA*-phobia, racism, and sexism.
  3. Keep discussions in good faith and be respectful.
  4. Posts should be related to academic, applied or clinical psychology in some way.
  5. Titles should be relevant to the content and not misleading.
  6. Do not post links to your own surveys, spam or self-help tips/videos.

Friends and related communities:


Banner: “A cross section of a mouse brain stained with cortical layer specific proteins” by Mamunur Rashid, CC BY 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons / height edited to fit as banner

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