December 2009 issue of The Observer

Observation

On the Newsstand: Special Edition (Cont.)

This is a continuation of last month’s special edition of On the Newsstand featuring quotes from media coverage of “Current Status and Future Prospects of Clinical Psychology: Toward a Scientifically […]... More>


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A Vast Right Arm Conspiracy? Handedness May Affect Body Perception

There are areas in the brain devoted to our arms, legs, and various parts of our bodies. The way these areas are distributed throughout the brain are known as “body […]... More>


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Digital Divide: Ways to Include the Aging Population in the Technology Revolution

Technology is no longer what it used to be: Computers long-ago replaced typewriters and telephone landlines are in rapid decline. Technological advances are being made every day, making many of […]... More>


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Angry Faces: The Link Between Facial Structure and Aggression

Angry words and gestures are not the only way to get a sense of how temperamental a person is. According to new findings in Psychological Science, a quick glance at […]... More>


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Institutional Research Productivity in Psychological Science

We recently examined institutional research productivity in the flagship APS journal, Psychological Science (PS). A research productivity study is a weighted empirical count of the institutions or individuals publishing in […]... More>