August 26, 2009

What's the most interesting piece of research you have come across recently?

Tomorrow, I am planning to write a research digest for the coming edition of the Interaction Journal. It will look at research published in the last six months (or maybe a bit beyond that time frame). The research does not have to be limited to the solution-focused approach, it can also be about parallel areas, such as social psychology, positive psychology, neuroscience, and so forth. I already have some ideas about what to include but I welcome any suggestions you may have. Therefore my question is:

What's the most interesting piece of research relevant to the solution-focused approach you have come across in the last 6 month (or so)?


  1. No online response to this question but I received a few wonderful tips through email. Thanks Paolo and Alasdair!

  2. Coert,

    This paper describing studies that show how exposure to nature increases focus on intrinsic goals was interesting.

  3. Thank you, Rodney. Sounds interesting. I'll take a look at the article.


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