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Indiana University Bloomington now holds bragging rights to the world’s largest anatomically correct sculpture of a human brain. ... More>
A study published in Cortex addresses why some children who sustain damage to the visual processing areas of the brain retain an unconscious ability to respond to visual stimuli. ... More>
Join the live webcast! “Mind Reading: Human Origins and Theory of Mind” is a free public symposium hosted by the University of California, San Diego/Salk Institute for Biological Studies Center for […]... More>
Researchers have successfully erased frightening memories in the lab, but the transition from theory to clinical application is challenging. ... More>
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>