Rage against the heat: High temps make us angry, psychologist says
Phoenix, along with other places, has seen record-breaking heat this summer. If you’re feeling kind of upset or angry about it, Doug Kenrick says there's a reason for that.
Kenrick is a psychology professor at Arizona State University, where he studies social behavior.
He says we tend to act differently when it's hot out versus when it's not. Kenrick joined The Show to talk about it more.