PsyPost is a psychology and neuroscience news website dedicated to reporting the latest research on human behavior, cognition, and society.
We are not interested in re-writing press releases from universities. We are not interested in over-generalizing or mischaracterizing research to get more clicks. We are not interested in confirming or disproving your ideological beliefs. We are only interested in accurately reporting research about how humans think and behave. And we only report on research that has been published in legitimate, peer-reviewed scientific journals.
Our mission is to spread objective information about psychological and neuroscience research. By reporting on a wide variety of important, interesting, and overlooked studies, PsyPost provides the general public, mental health professionals, and academics with free updates on new research — providing everyone with a glimpse into the latest knowledge being uncovered by scientists.
The publication covers the latest discoveries in psychology, psychiatry, neuroscience, sociology and similar fields.
Since PsyPost launched in 2010, our reporting has been mentioned by AskMen.com, ATTN, Big Think, Bustle, Cosmopolitan, Complex, Daily Dot, Elite Daily, Headline & Global News, International Business Times, Inverse, Medical Daily, Mic.com, New York Daily News, New York magazine, Popular Science, RedOrbit, Refinery29, ScienceAlert, Teen Vogue, The Daily Caller, The Daily Express, The Daily Mail, The Frisky, The Huffington Post, The Telegraph, Vice News, Uproxx, and more.