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The Neuroscience of Social Interaction

The neurological bases for social interaction are the focus of a growing interdisciplinary research enterprise involving psychologists and neuroscientists who are hard at work unravelling the mysteries of human social […]... More>


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Emotion Regulation in Older Age

Derek Isaacowitz speaks while James Gross and Mara Mather look on We tend to think that as we get older everything goes downhill, from backs that creak to more frequent […]... More>


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Stressed-Out Genes? How Social Environment Affects Health

Cornelius Gross The last few years have seen a veritable explosion in gene-environment interaction research. At the cutting edge of this work is a growing understanding of how environmental stress […]... More>


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Calm, Cool, and Collected: Research on Affect and Emotion Regulation

Alicia Grandey Sooner or later, we’re all a slave to our emotions, whether we’re yelling at the driver who just cut us off in traffic or crying after Bambi’s mother […]... More>


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An Architectural Tour of the Mind

Dario Maestripieri The “The Architecture of the Mind” theme program exemplified the overall theme of this year’s convention, “Crossing Boundaries: Becoming a Cumulative Science.” This unique program brought together six […]... More>