Social psychologist David Myers is a communicator of psychological science to college students and the general public.
For David’s most cited research visit Google Scholar. For information on his textbook audiences, visit here (and search field=psychology). For his blog essays that shine the light of psychological science on everyday life visit TalkPsych.com.
David’s other writings include books on the science of happiness, the experience of hearing loss, the powers and perils of intuition, and the meeting ground between psychological science and faith. His newest book offers 40 short and fun essays, each exploring a psychological science revelation about our wonder-full lives.
David explains his and others’ advocacy for people with hearing loss—via a transformation in American assistive listening—at hearingloop.org and in 3 dozen articles, including here and here.
Visit here for information about the family foundation which receives David’s introductory psychology textbook royalties and trade book royalties.
For a 6-minute video bio of David, see here. For an 8-minute video bio of David and his life history, see here. For a 3-minute video of how he and his team create new text editions, see here. For a 5-minute animation of his study tips for students, visit here. To follow him on Twitter: @DavidGMyers.
General Interest Books
How Do We Know Ourselves?
A Friendly Letter to Skeptics and Atheists
What God Has Joined Together
The Pursuit of Happiness