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.


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.


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.


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.


Perspectives on Psychological Science

Read about the latest issue of Perspectives on Psychological Science.


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.