Personality science at the intersection of
urban design & mental health
Rage rooms, or anger rooms, have grown in popularity in recent years. Should we embrace them as a healthy outlet for anxiety and frustration, or do they do more harm than good? Bennett talks about it with host Elaine Reyes on CGTN-TV America.
Can sports fanatics go too far? Many people wear jerseys, hats, and face paint. Some get tattoos. What about faithful supporters who get buried in team gear? Dr. Bennett speaks to Fan N'ATion on KDKA-TV Pittsburgh about this phenomenon.
Serenity now! Is there room in the modern urban landscape to carve out special spaces for venting anger? Article published by Sanity and Urbanity, an online magazine hosted by The Centre for Urban Design and Mental Health, London, UK.
No, turkey doesn’t make you sleepy – but it may bring more trust to your Thanksgiving table. Article originally published in The Conversation. Republished in Chicago Tribune-Review, San Francisco Chronicle, Popular Science, Business Insider, Salon.com, Houston Chronicle, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Mercury News (San Jose, CA), Maui news, KING-TV online (Seattle, WA), 9News-TV online (Denver, CO), WWL-TV online (New Orleans, LA), 12News-TV online (Phoenix, AZ), WUSA-TV online (Washington, DC), and 50+ online and print news outlets.