Report Demonstrates Need for Improved Reproducibility in Psychological Science

A new report highlights the results of a project in which over 270 researchers attempted to reproduce 100 findings published in psychology journals in 2008. More>

      

Proposed ‘Common Rule’ Changes Clarify Requirements for Social, Behavioral Research

A proposed overhaul to U.S. rules on human-subjects research includes some modernized standards for social and behavioral science.

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New Research From Clinical Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring: threat-related information and generalized anxiety, kindling in depression, the life history model of psychopathology, and the interpersonal-psychological theory of suicide.

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Waking Up to Dangers of Drowsy Driving

The link between quality sleep and driving safety is so strong that people’s everyday bedtime routines can be used to predict their likelihood of car crashes.

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Want to Excel at Work? Take a Vacation

A comprehensive review finds that regular vacations are essential for keeping employees performing at their best.

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Feeling Blue and Seeing Blue: Sadness May Impair Color Perception

New research suggests that the associations we make between emotion and color go beyond mere metaphor.

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Preterm Birth Linked With Lower Math Abilities and Less Wealth

People who are born premature tend to accumulate less wealth as adults, and a new study suggests that this may be due to lower mathematics abilities.

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