Hot Off the Press

Yes, hangry is a thing. Two experts break down why (The Sydney Morning Herald)

Military-style weapons get the star treatment in Hollywood (The Hill)

BBC interview on arming school teachers (from about 42:30 to 47:00 minutes)

Standing tall and standing wide: Body positions have effects on how people feel (APA article spotlight)

The idea that power poses boost your confidence fell from favor – but a new review of the research calls for a second look  (The Conversation)

Are Road Rage Shootings Increasing? (The Trace)

6 Ways to Keep Your Cool When You’re Angry (AARP)

A very American road rage shooting crisis (NBC News)

Deadly road rage shootings hit record high in 2021, data suggests (CBS News)

Feeling Angry on the Road? Here’s Why (Wall Street Journal)

Calling the coronavirus the ‘Chinese virus’ matters – research connects the label with racist bias (The Conversation)

The real-world effects of calling COVID-19 the “Chinese virus” (OSU press release)

Hollywood’s love of guns increases the risk of shootings – both on and off the set (The Conversation)

Examining what provokes Americans’ aggression (CBS Mornings; 7:21)

“You don’t like violence but want to watch ‘Squid Game.’ These tips can help.” (Washington Post)

Why Am I So Angry? (Chasing Life interview with CNN Chief Medical Correspondent — Dr. Sanjay Gupta; 28:48)

The secret to a fight-free relationship (The Atlantic)

Anger in America (NPR)

Anger is only making trauma of pandemic worse: We should all try being more constructive (Ohio Capital Journal)