Cover Story

Eye-Tuned

Integrative research explores what the eyes can tell us about mood disorders, learning disabilities, and cognitive impairment.


Presidential Column

Achieving Diversity

APS begins an initiative to assess the level of diversity in the organization and the field. More>


Step Up to the Mic

APS Fellow Elizabeth T. Gershoff offers suggestions for taking psychological research out of academic obscurity and into the court of public opinion. More>


Calling for a Change in the STEM Climate

A popular introductory psychology class shows how students’ curiosity can identify real-world applications for psychological research findings. More>


Snap-Judgment Science

Research shows that split-second impressions we form about other people are surprisingly accurate — and often unfair. More>


Making the Most of Science, In and Out of the Classroom

A popular introductory psychology class shows how students’ curiosity can identify real-world applications for psychological research findings. More>


2014 APS Mentor Awards

Gilles O. Einstein, Megan R. Gunnar, Richard E. Nisbett, and Robert Rosenthal receive the 2014 APS Mentoring Award for lifetime achievement in shaping the future of science. More>


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Learning for Survival? Venom Overrides Other Snake Categories

The importance or intrinsic value of a category seems to have a strong influence on how we learn and form categories at different levels.

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Sleep May Help the Brain Integrate New Language Skills

Research suggests that slow-wave, or deep, sleep may play a role in helping us learn the language rules that we don't think about consciously.

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Taking an Integrative Approach to Understanding Emotions and Clinical Disorders

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Priming Gender Norms and Levels of Heterosexism as Predictors of Adoption Choices

Watch Evelyn Stratmoen, University of Central Oklahoma, present her research on "Priming Gender Norms and Levels of Heterosexism as Predictors of Adoption Choices."

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Two APS Fellows Elected to National Academy of Sciences

APS William James Fellows Marcia Johnson and Helen Neville  are recognized by the National Academy of Science for their outstanding contributions to scientific research.

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