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Perspectives Reviews 25 Years of Science

The journal Perspectives on Psychological Sciencecontinues to recognize the 25th anniversary of APS by featuring a series of special sections that take a look at how the field has changed over the last 25 years. ... More>


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Foxx Recognized for Contributions to Applied Research

APS Fellow Richard Foxx has received the 2013 Award for Distinguished Professional Contributions to Applied Research from the American Psychological Association. ... More>


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Reflecting on a Lifetime of Achievement

As part of its 25th anniversary, APS honors distinguished scientists who have transformed the field of psychological science over the past quarter century. In this issue, we celebrate the careers of Chris Argyris, Uta Frith, Ed Diener, and Allan R. Wagner. ... More>


Autism Symptoms Not Explained by Impaired Attention

Two aspects of attention — reorienting focus and attending to social information — do not seem to account for the symptoms seen in autistic children. ... More>


Revisiting the ‘hormone of love’

It’s been more than a decade since oxytocin was first heralded as the “hormone of love”—a distinction that came with optimistic predictions for future drug therapies. It was just a […]... More>