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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>


24th Annual Rotman Research Institute Conference

Join world-renowned scientists in Toronto at the 24th annual Baycrest Rotman Research Institute conference titled “Memory and the Brain in Health and Disease”. March 10-11, 2014 at the Omni King […]... More>


Your Brain ‘Sees’ Things Even When You Don’t

The brain processes and understands visual input even if we never consciously perceive that input, challenging the currently accepted models of visual processing. ... More>


Observation

The ‘Heartwarming’ Nature of Social Bonds

Social "warmth" may be more than metaphor, as new research reveals that the same brain areas are involved in the perception of physical warmth and in heartwarming social experiences. ... More>


Observation

Using Blood Pressure to Predict Cognitive Function

High brachial blood pressure, measured from the arm, is associated with adverse cognitive outcomes with age. But researchers find that central blood pressure may be an even better predictor. ... More>