2015 P&N Year in Review
In 2015, members of the P&N community made news headlines on a weekly basis, including everything from groundbreaking research studies, news editorials, and numerous awards and honors.
Here is a month-by-month glance at 2015.
Led by the Center for Aging’s Dan Belsky and P&N Professor Terrie Moffitt, a research effort explores what aging looks like in the third and fourth decades of life. (Coverage also appeared on BBC News and more than 65 other news outlets.) --Also: Here's why you may be aging faster than your friends (TIME)
Some stereotypes about older adults are positive, but "in most Western societies, the perception of age and aging is predominantly negative," says Dana Kotter-Gruehn, P&N visiting assistant professor, in Wall Street Journal Article
Why do Chronically Lonely Teens Stay Lonely? Collaborative research study by P&N's Steve Asher, Molly Weeks, and
visiting Scholar Janne Vanhalst published in the November 2015 issue of Personality and Social Psychology