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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>
Two aspects of attention — reorienting focus and attending to social information — do not seem to account for the symptoms seen in autistic children. ... More>
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>
Frank Farach from Prometheus Research, LLC presents his poster “Integrated Data Management Processes Expedite Common Data Management Tasks in Autism Research,” at the 25th APS Annual Convention in Washington, DC. ... More>
University College London and University of Aarhus William James Fellow Award An internationally renowned developmental psychologist, Uta Frith has pioneered much of the current research into the cognitive neuroscience of […]... More>