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Weakening Memories of Crime through Deliberate Suppression

People can successfully inhibit some incriminating memories, resulting in brain activity similar to that seen in “innocent” participants. ... More>

Brain Methods Course

A “Brain Connectivity Methods” workshop will be held July 27–31, 2015, at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Participants will learn to use the connectivity toolbox: SPM12, FSL, and CONN. We’re […]... More>

New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring: folk explanations of behavior; exposure to collective trauma and responses to acute stress; and dual-hormone changes and bargaining performance. ... More>

Getting Hands-On Deepens Science Learning

Students who are able to test scientific concepts in ways that are hands-on come to understand the concepts more deeply and score better on science tests. ... More>

Is Gender Identity Biologically Hard-wired?