Digital Distress: When
Numbers Get on Your Nerves
 Do fractions make you frantic? Psychological studies offer insight into what’s behind math anxiety. More>>

A lack of sleep can not only impede energy and muddle thinking. It can also leave you susceptible to forming false memories, according to a new study. More>>

The Social Cost of
Special Experiences
 

Major life experiences, like climbing Mt. Everest, may be awe inspiring, but they can also carry social costs. More>>
Prospective employers like to know how long you’ll stay on the job. New research shows that information you include in your resume could help recruiters predict the length of your tenure. More>>

 

True love and pure lust may seem similar at first, but eye movements can help reveal the difference, according to psychological scientists. More>>

 

People who have driven under the influence of marijuana may be especially rash behind the wheel even when sober, a recent study indicates. More>>

 


The Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology (SSCP) and the Association for Psychological Science (APS) have developed a new program to support job mentorship for graduate student, postdoctoral, and early career members. Visit the searchable database to see opportunities to connect with psychological scientists in a variety of jobs and settings.