Summary: Flirting Behaviors Explained

  • Name: Sarah Barkley Healthline / Psych Central
  • Category: General
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: Healthline / Psych Central
  • Deadline: 10:00 AM EST – 20 September

Query: Looking for experts to weigh in on the following:

  1. The science behind attraction and flirting
  2. Examples of flirting
  3. Why do people flirt?
  4. How can you tell if someone is flirting with you?
  5. Is flirting cheating?

Requirements: Relationship therapists and related experts

Summary: The Anchoring Effect

  • Name: Susan Fishman Psych Central
  • Category: Biotech and Healthcare
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: Psych Central
  • Deadline: 1:00 PM EST – 20 September

Query: Hello, I’m working on an article about the anchoring effect/anchor bias and would like input from a professional with experience in this area. My questions include:

  1. What is the anchoring effect (also known as anchor bias)?
  2. Please provide a few brief anchoring effect examples
  3. What are the impacts of the anchoring effect? How can it affect a person’s overall well-being, especially mentally?
  4. What are some tips to avoid anchor bias?

Requirements: We are looking for certified and/or licensed health professionals with knowledge/experience of the anchoring effect/anchor bias. We will also need; Your title and degree (e.g, PhD or MD), where you practice (town and state), license number (we won’t publish but it helps us know you’re active and licensed), and website (professional practice and/or academic site, no directories or stores, LinkedIn as a last resource). Thank you for your input!

Summary: Lying by omission and relationships

  • Name: Hope Gillette Psych Central
  • Category: Biotech and Healthcare
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: Psych Central
  • Deadline: 7:00 PM EST – 20 September

Query: Hi everyone! I have a piece coming up on the impact of withholding information in relationships. I’m looking for quotes on:

  1. What is lying by omission?
  2. How can having information change a relationship? (Main bulk of article).
  3. Why might someone be prone to this behavior?

As always, I need a link to your professional bio page on a private practice site, commercial employer, or academia. I can’t use bios from general internet directories or competitor content sites. I do prioritize submissions with the answers already provided in the reply, and I usually use 2-3 experts in each article. If you’d like to learn more about me and what I write, you can visit my author pages:


Requirements: Mental health professionals, please. Thank you!

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