September 26, 2018

Miriam Liss, Holly Schiffrin Interviewed for Podcast

In an interview called “Balancing the Big Stuff” with offtheclockpsych.com, psychology professors and authors Drs. Miriam Liss and Holly Schiffrin talk about their book, Balancing the Big Stuff: Finding Happiness in Work, Family, and Life

You can check out the podcast here: https://www.offtheclockpsych.com/podcast/balancing-big-stuff

 

Balancing the Big Stuff with Drs. Miriam Liss and Holly Schiffrin (offtheclockpsych.com)

Miriam Liss Talks About Balance in The Enterprises Project

Blended, not balanced: 8 ways to reclaim sanity at work and home (The Enterprisers Project)

“Balance is tricky because it implies a dynamic of either/or: Either you are working or you are with your family and you need to balance the two,” says University of Mary Washington psychology professor Miriam Liss, co-author of Balancing the Big Stuff: Finding Happiness in Work, Family, and Life.

https://enterprisersproject.com/article/2018/8/blended-not-balanced-8-ways-reclaim-sanity-work-and-home

 

Blended, not balanced: 8 ways to reclaim sanity at work and home (The Enterprisers Project)

For a Happy Life, Love Your Spouse More Than Your Kids, Says One Marriage Counselor (Bravo.com)

What Parents Can Learn From a Town That Produced 11 Olympians (The New York Times)

Liss Research Appears in Psychology Today

Research conducted by Psychology Professor Miriam Liss recently appeared in Psychology Today. For the article, called “10 Signs Insecurity Is Spreading to Your Facebook Behavior,” Liss and students  administered a set of personality measures along with FOMO (fear of missing out) as predictors of use of, and addiction to, social media.

 

10 Signs Insecurity Is Spreading to Your Facebook Behavior (Psychology Today)

10 Signs Insecurity Is Spreading to Your Facebook Behavior (Psychology Today)

Love Your Spouse More Than Your Kids (nypost.com)