Preschoolers With Special Needs Benefit From Peers’ Strong Language Skills

Peers can impact a child’s language abilities, data suggest: Peers with strong language skills can boost their classmates’ abilities, while peers with weak skills may hold them back. More>

      

New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new studies exploring asymmetry in frontal brain activation and sensitivity to developmental context, and the influence of mental representations on hand movements.

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Research Reveals Pervasive Implicit Hierarchies for Race, Religion, and Age

Besides evaluating their own race and religion most favorably, people share implicit hierarchies for racial, religious, and age groups that may differ from their conscious beliefs.

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The Key to Work-Life Balance is Really Work-Life Harmony

Work-life balance is typically seen a zero-sum game, but new research shows that there may be benefits to a more integrative approach.

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Cognitive Factors May Predict the Need for Speed

Speeding is the most common traffic violation, and one of the most deadly, new research looked at cognitive factors that may lead us to speed.

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Higher Implicit Self-Esteem Linked to Positive Evaluation of Spouses

Our implicit attitudes about ourselves may predict changes in our implicit attitudes toward our significant others over the long term, researchers find.

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Women May See Tradeoff Between Power at Home and at Work

A new study shows that more decision making power in the home may lead to less interest in workplace power for women.

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