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Invited Address: Have Your Cake and Eat It Too

Views of Parenting Across Cultures Marc Bornstein National Institute of Child Health and Human Development If you are gathering evidence to form your own response to the nature vs. nurture […]... More>


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APS Student Caucus Symposium: Paradigms for Creating False Memories

From left to right: Matt Gerie, Deryn Strange, Lauren French, and Melanie Takarangi, Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand. All Roads Lead to Rome Four Paradigms for Creating False […]... More>


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Invited Symposium: All Labs Great and Small

“Understanding the growth and development of the psychological laboratory offers insights into the practice and perception of psychological science,” said David B. Baker. The American psychology laboratory has changed in […]... More>


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Invited Address: Dream On

Can Dream Research Find a Home in Cognitive Science? G. William Domhoff University of California, Santa Cruz Dream research left the Freudian couch decades ago. It found a temporary shelter […]... More>


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PSPI Symposium: In the Public Interest

Richard J. McNally (top) and Craig A. Anderson discuss their reports on Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Media Violence, respectively. The Each issue of the APS journal Psychological Science in the […]... More>