Press Releases

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. ... More>


Language on Twitter Tracks Rates of Coronary Heart Disease

A multidisciplinary research team has shown that the emotional language of Twitter users in a given location predicts rates of coronary artery disease in that area. ... More>


Friends’ Personality Insights May Predict Your Longevity

Your personality traits at an early age can predict how long you will live across 75 years and close friends are probably better than you at recognizing these traits. ... More>


New Research From Clinical Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring overgeneral recall in depression, adjustment among repatriated prisoners of war, and a network approach to modeling mental disorders as causal systems. ... More>


People Can Be Convinced They Committed a Crime That Never Happened

Researchers show that innocent adults can be convinced, over the course of a few hours, they had perpetrated crimes as serious as assault with a weapon in their teenage years. ... More>