Experi-Mental: Researchers hiding under beds, prostitute monkeys and rape fantasies

Hello readers, today I’m just going to do a short blog on five findings/experiments that are either interesting due to their morally questionable methods, or their really weird and interesting findings. So here goes: Hiding under college student’s beds. In 1938 researchers set out to discover the speech habits of students, in order to understand… Continue reading Experi-Mental: Researchers hiding under beds, prostitute monkeys and rape fantasies

Myths? Aren’t they ancient history

Child sexual abuse myths encourage incorrect or stereotyped beliefs about the victim, perpetrator or nature of child sexual abuse. Child sexual abuse myths can lead to negative perceptions of the victims, such as people questioning their credibility or blaming the child for their own abuse.

A letter to those who do not call themselves feminists

So ‘Hi Guys’, I’m a bit late writing my blog post, and it isn’t exactly about psychology today. There is something that needs to be said. This is a letter to all those people who don’t call themselves feminists. I want to know why? You believe in men and women having equal rights? You think… Continue reading A letter to those who do not call themselves feminists