The purveyors of pop culture, advertising, and politics know well the power of nostalgia, and as each generation gets a bit older, they leverage that power to sell products to those eager to recapture a bit of their glory days. But as research suggests, the power of nostalgia can have ramifications beyond ticket sales and television ratings.
by Jessica Jeffers Another holiday season has come and gone. The decorations are starting to come down, the gifts have been dispensed, and we are turning our attention towards a […]
Innovative Investigations of Language in Autism Spectrum Disorder Edited by Letitia R. Naigles In recent decades, a growing number of children have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), a […]
by Trish Mathis Recently, I was riding to work on a commuter train when I noticed a briefcase on a seat nearby, unattended. I set my book on my lap […]
APA Books Open Pages is an ongoing series in which we share interesting tidbits from upcoming & recent books. Find the full list by browsing the Open Pages tag. What […]