Thinking About a Majority-Minority Shift Leads to More Conservative Views

Facing the prospect of racial minority groups becoming the overall majority in the United States leads White Americans to lean more toward the conservative end of the political spectrum. More>

      

Cognitive Motor Skills Start to Fall Before Age 25

People over 24 years of age have already reached their peak cognitive motor skills — including those used to learn new computer skills.

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Young Children Take Authoritarian Cues From Their Parents

Young adults' levels of authoritarianism are strongly linked with those of their parents, but new research suggests these individual differences may emerge as early as age 3.

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Multiple Methods Reveal the Complexities of Neurocognitive Development

A new Clinical Psychological Science study examines how the brain is affected by both genetic and environmental influences.

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Idealistic Thinking Linked With Economic Slump

Envisioning a bright future should pave the way for success, right? Maybe not. Idealistic thinking about the future may be linked with economic downturn, not upswing, researchers find.

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Robinson to Speak on Motivation, Addiction

APS Fellow Terry E. Robinson has been selected as the winner of a 2014 William James Fellow Award.

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New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring distortions in feature binding after eye movements, facial movements that camouflage signals from face morphology, and positive affect and cognitive control.

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