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APS Announces Third Replication Project: Proposals Due 12 December

Editors of Perspectives on Psychological Science are now accepting proposals from researchers who would like to participate in the large-scale replication investigating self-control as a finite resource.

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Focusing on the Past or Future Shapes Spatial Perception of Time

Research suggests that our relative focus on either the past or the future, often influenced by our cultural background, may influence how we perceive time in physical space.

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Psychological Science Coming Soon to an MCAT Near You

To better prepare future doctors for the advancing demands of healthcare in the US, a new section on behavioral and social sciences will be included on the MCAT in 2015.

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Current Directions in Psychological Science

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Ebola Scare Could Heighten Fears About Other Illnesses, Research Suggests

Psychological scientists have found that our fear of contracting illnesses, no matter how remote the chances, can actually lead to behavioral changes.

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APS Members Lord and Shadlen Elected to Institute of Medicine

Psychological scientists Catherine Lord and Michael N. Shadlen have been elected as members to the Institute of Medicine.

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Comorbidity Among Mental Disorders: A New Approach

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