Moral Suspicion Trickles Down the Corporate Ladder

Rank-and-file employees suffer more reputational damage from an association with an unethical supervisor compared to an unethical subordinate. More>

      

Brain Activity of Passengers on Terrifying Flight Sheds Light on Trauma Memory

Neuroimaging data from passengers on a flight that nearly crashed in 2001 are helping researchers understand how trauma memories are processed in the brain.

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New Research From Clinical Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring the link between emotion regulatory flexibility and posttraumatic stress symptoms and gene-stress interactions as predictors of social anxiety and depression.

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Intrusiveness of Old Emotional Memories Can Be Reduced by Computer Game Play Procedure

Playing Tetris -- a visually-demanding computer game -- after reactivating established intrusive memories may reduce their occurrence over time.

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Racial Bias Extends to the Crosswalk

A new study from Portland State University finds that drivers are far less likely to yield for black pedestrians compared to white ones.

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US Supreme Court Recognizes Role of Unconscious Bias in Disparate Treatment

Psychological science on implicit bias served as a guide for a landmark Supreme Court decision on the Fair Housing Act.

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For Job Interviews, Earlier in the Day May Be Better

New research suggests that interview order may have a surprising influence on a job applicant’s success.

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