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Inside the Psychologist’s Studio: Claude Steele

In a newly released "Inside the Psychologist's Studio" video, Past APS Board Member Claude Steele discusses his extensive social psychological research.

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From the Oval Office to Obscurity

Having been a US president doesn't guarantee you a permanent spot in collective memory, according to new research from APS Past President Henry L. Roediger, III and K. Andrew DeSoto.

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Sleep Quality and Parenting Related to Children’s Executive Function

Psychological scientists from the University of Montreal explore the ways in which social relationships, biology, and cognition interact to influence children's well-being.

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APS Past President McGaugh Wins Grawemeyer Award

James McGaugh, one of APS’s first presidents, has won the prestigious 2015 Grawemeyer Award in Psychology, in recognition of his seminal research on the link between emotions and memory.

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Perspectives Provides Strategies for Maximizing Informational Value of Research

A special section in the November issue of Perspectives on Psychological Science provides a set of cutting-edge strategies researchers can use to improve the way research is conducted and evaluated.

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Cornell’s Stephen Ceci on Changing Landscape for Women in Academic Science

An interview with Stephen Ceci on his recent report, Women in Academic Science: A Changing Landscape.

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Inside the Psychologist’s Studio: Annette Karmiloff-Smith

The latest in APS's "Inside the Psychologist's Studio" video series features Annette Karmiloff-Smith, who reflects on her distinguished career in developmental and cognitive neuroscience.

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