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An article published by Janet Taylor Spence Award recipient Naomi I. Eisenberger shows there is a growing body of evidence that social pain shares some of the neural circuitry that underlies physical pain. ... More>
APS is excited to introduce a new addition to the APS journal family — Clinical Psychological Science (CPS). ... More>
For many countries around the world, the month of February signifies love. Read up on the latest research in sex, love, and relationships from APS Journals. ... More>
Loved, hated, and a source of widespread controversy, journal impact factors (JIF) have taken on a unique role in scientific publishing. These little numbers are considered a measure of a journal’s importance. However, in an article to be published in Perspectives on Psychological Science, Peter Hegarty and Zoe Walton question whether JIF actually measures the psychological importance of psychology articles. ... More>