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Current Directions in Psychological Science

Current Directions in Psychological Science: Volume 23, Number 5

Current Directions in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science, publishes reviews by leading experts covering all of scientific psychology and its applications.

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The Adult Brain Makes New Neurons, and Effortful Learning Keeps Them Alive
Tracey J. Shors

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Self-Control and Grit: Related but Separable Determinants of Success
Angela Duckworth and James J. Gross

*Angela Duckworth will be speaking in the Presidential Symposium at the 27th APS Annual Convention in New York, NY.

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Applying Psychological Science to Examine Prospective Memory in Simulated Air Traffic Control
Shayne Loft

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Optional Stopping and the Termination of Memory Retrieval
Michael R. Dougherty, J. Isaiah Harbison, and Eddy J. Davelaar

*Michael R. Dougherty will be speaking at the 27th APS Annual Convention in New York, NY.

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From Uncertainty to Extremism: Social Categorization and Identity Processes
Michael A. Hogg

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Automaticity of Word Reading: Evidence From the Semantic Stroop Paradigm
Maria Augustinova and Ludovic Ferrand

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On the Existence and Implications of Nonbelieved Memories
Henry Otgaar, Alan Scoboria, and Giuliana Mazzoni

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Team Coordination and Dynamics: Two Central Issues
Jamie C. Gorman

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Regressive Judgment: Implications of a Universal Property of the Empirical World
Klaus Fiedler and Christian Unkelbach

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Decomposing Forecasting: The Salience-Assessment-Weighting (SAW) Model
Emily Rosenzweig and Clayton R. Critcher

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Learning by Communicating in Natural Language With Conversational Agents
Arthur C. Graesser, Haiying Li, and Carol Forsyth

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The Development of Self-Esteem
Ulrich Orth and Richard W. Robins

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