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Increased Meta-Perceptions of Agreeableness and Extraversion Predict Partner Satisfaction

Meta-perceptions are defined as judgments made by the self about what others think about the self. This research predicted partner satisfaction from meta-perceptions of personality. ... More>


Grit Versus Aptitude: Relative Influence of Effort and Intelligence in Academic Success

In educational research, an age-old question has remained unanswered: Does IQ or hard work matter more in predicting success in school? ... More>


Social Networking in a Graduate Industrial/Organizational Program

While social networks proliferate, insight is lacking about how graduate students, faculty, and administration collaboratively engage such networks. ... More>


Developing a Clinical Decision Support System

In this poster session from the 25th APS Annual Convention, David Albert discusses an application designed to help healthcare providers analyze complex patient data. ... More>


Failure to Replicate the Mehta and Zhu (2009) Color Effect

Mehta and Zhu (2009) reported several studies in Science on the effects of the colors red and blue over a series of cognitive tasks. Kenneth M. Steele shares his lab’s failure to replicate parts of this study at the 25th APS Annual Convention. ... More>