Memory Research Offers Clues to Preventing Human Error

New research looking at multitasking and memory in air traffic controllers finds potential solutions for reducing human error in fast-paced workplaces. More>

      

New Research From Clinical Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring selective attention and anxiety, complex PTSD in the ICD-11, patterns in attentional bias, and psychological health among patients seeking aesthetic surgery.

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One Scary Boss Can Spook the Whole Office

The bad behavior of one abusive supervisor can have a trickle-down effect, increasing rates of hostility and abusive behavior throughout all levels of the workplace.

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Memrise Prize Aimed at Spurring Innovations in Language Learning

The Memrise Prize is designed to motivate the development of innovative memory strategies.

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Toddlers Copy Their Peers to Fit In, but Apes Don’t

From the playground to the board room, people often follow others' behavior to fit in. Children show behavioral conformity early, but apes seem to stick with what they know.

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Risky Drivers More Likely to Ignore Road Rules Even as Pedestrians

Research comparing risky behavior between pedestrians and drivers finds that some people are more likely to engage in dangerous behavior, behind the wheel or not.

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APS Announces Third Replication Project: Proposals Due 12 December

Editors of Perspectives on Psychological Science are now accepting proposals from researchers who would like to participate in the large-scale replication investigating self-control as a finite resource.

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