Video Game Violence Doesn’t Boost Aggression Among Adults with Autism

An experimental study shows that video game violence isn't associated with aggressive behavior among adults with autism spectrum disorder. More>

      

Students’ Family Income Linked With Brain Anatomy, Academic Achievement

Researchers discover a new dimension to the so-called “achievement gap,” finding specific differences in cortical thickness in the brains of higher-income and lower-income students.

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New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring bilingualism and selective attention in infants, detectability of effects and replication, and visual processing across tasks.

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Preaching About Teaching

APS Fellow David Daniel advocates a new area of specialization dedicated to translating the science of learning for the classroom.

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A Sniff of Happiness: Chemicals in Sweat May Convey Positive Emotion

Humans may be able to communicate positive emotions like happiness through chemical signals that conveyed through sweat.

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Jennifer Richeson Named Guggenheim Fellow

APS Fellow Jennifer Richeson has been selected as a 2015 Guggenheim fellow in recognition of her innovative research examining psychological phenomena related to cultural diversity.

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Teachers More Likely to Label Black Students as Troublemakers

Two experimental studies show that teachers are likely to interpret students' misbehavior differently depending on the student’s race.

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