In the News

The following articles and podcasts present a range of interpretations of primals research – not necessarily the views of Jer or the Primals Project.

Haden, J. (2022, February 10). Want to Raise Happy, Healthy, Entrepreneurial Kids? Don’t Teach Them the World Is a Bad Place. Inc.

Clifton, J. (2022, February 4). Should We Teach Kids That the World Is Dangerous? Psychology Today.

Morgan, N. (2021, July 19). What Are Your Primals? Psychology Today.

Schinnerer, J. (Host). (2021, May 17). Primal World Beliefs: The Foundation Of Your Reality? (No. 112) [Audio podcast episode]. The Evolved Caveman

Smith, E. E. (2020, January 22). Open-minded about mindsets: Latest research reexamines how your beliefs powerfully shape your life. Jewish World Review

Newsela. (2019, October 23). Scientists claim their study of world beliefs can help people get along. Newsela

Newsela. (2019, October 23). As Shakespeare said, the world is neither “good or bad, but thinking makes it so.” Newsela.

Pawlicki, R. (2019, October 15). Fearing for those who live in fear. Savannah Morning News.

Smith, E. E. (2019, October 8). Beliefs about the world can shape a psyche. Sarasota Herald Tribune.

Smith, E. E. (2019, October 2). Is the world an exciting or a terrifying place? Your answer can powerfully shape your life and your political views, new research says. The Washington Post

McQuaid, M. (Host). (2019). How do you see the world? Podcast with Jeremy Clifton. Making Psychology Work .

Kall, R. (Host). (2018, December 7). Jer Clifton primal world beliefs. Rob Kall Bottom-up Show.

Hernandez, N. (Host). (2017). Interview with Jer Clifton. Community Matters. Radio show on KZUM.