Daycare Doesn’t Lead to Aggressive Behavior in Toddlers

A study that tracked almost 1,000 Norwegian children indicates that the amount of time children spent in daycare had little impact on aggressive behavior. More>

      

New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring concreteness and psychological distance in language, automatic theory of mind, and women's preferences in male facial masculinity.

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Report Demonstrates Need for Improved Reproducibility in Psychological Science

A new report highlights the results of a project in which over 270 researchers attempted to reproduce 100 findings published in psychology journals in 2008.

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You’re A Distracted Driver Even When You Ignore That Text

Using a cell phone while driving is dangerously distracting, but new research from Florida State University shows that ignoring a call or text can be just as impairing.

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Political Polarization on Twitter Depends on the Issue

While people tend to share political information with those who have similar ideological preferences, new research shows that Twitter is more than just an “echo chamber.”

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Amazon’s Mistake: Mixing Creative Conflict With Animosity

New research shows how the right kind of conflict can enhance team performance, while other varieties can lead to personal drama and productivity loss.

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Developing Electrophysiology Training Resources

The APS Teaching Fund, which supports a range of educational endeavors, helped cognitive neuroscientists create a core set of instructional modules and data collection guidelines for EEG techniques.

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