In recognition of the new school year beginning in many parts of the world, the Observer examines a host of psychological research on learning — not just in the classroom, but across the life-span.
In her inaugural Presidential Column, Nancy Eisenberg writes about the important role that behavioral measures play in understanding human function. More>
Literary fiction not only helps academic success but can also affect social skills and emotional intelligence, studies suggest. More>
Becoming more dependent on electronic communication and less dependent on handwritten messages may impact certain cognitive skills. More>
Math anxiety is not given as much attention as reading difficulties, but research shows that it can be equally detrimental to achievement. More>
Delaware, the first state in the Union, is now the premier state to legally recognize a science-focused accreditation system for clinical psychology training. Illinois has followed suit. More>
APS welcomes the 2014–2015 Board of Directors. More>