Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology Ross Rogers published a new paper, “Eye of the Beholder: Memory Recall Perspective Impacts Nostalgia’s Influence on Positive Affect,” in Frontiers in Psychology – Personality and Social Psychology. “Recalling memories for which one is nostalgic provides a host of psychological benefits, including promoting positive affect,” according to the paper’s abstract. “The present research (N = 409) examined how memory recall perspective impacts this affective consequence of waxing nostalgic.”