Perspective-Tracking Brain Response Could Help Identify Children with Autism

Using brain imaging to examine neural activity associated with our ability to distinguish the self from others could lead to a tool for identifying children with autism spectrum disorder. More>

      

Inside the Psychologist’s Studio: Paul Ekman

APS William James Fellow Paul Ekman discusses his groundbreaking research on microexpressions in the latest installment of APS's "Inside the Psychologist's Studio" video series.

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The Facts About Prolonged Exposure Therapy for PTSD

In a brief interview, psychological scientist Richard J. McNally provides facts about the evidence for the effectiveness of Prolonged Exposure (PE) therapy.

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Exploring Targeted Cognitive Training for Clinical Disorders

A special series in Clinical Psychological Science brings together research on cognitive training for behavioral and emotional disorders, with an emphasis on understanding the mechanisms at work.

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Working While Sick May Be Bad for Business

Businesses may incur hidden costs in lost productivity when workers come into the office while under the weather.

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Perspectives on Psychological Science

Read about the latest issue of Perspectives on Psychological Science.

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Paying Attention Doesn’t Mean You’ll Remember What You Saw

We can forget information just seconds after having used it to make a judgment if we expect to use it in the future, psychology researchers at Penn State find.

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