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Rise of Science Linked With Greater Attention to Cause and Effect

Increasing societal prominence of science, education, and technology over the past 200 years corresponds with increased usage of cause-and-effect language, suggesting links between culture and cognition. ... More>

Short Course in Obesity Research

A 5-day short course on “Strengthening Causal Inference in Behavioral Obesity Research” will be hosted at the University of Alabama at Birmingham from July 20, 2015–July 24, 2015. Identifying causal […]... More>

New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring vigilance for threat in rhesus monkey infants and relations among control, reward, and exploration in learned helplessness. ... More>

The Less We Know, the Surer We Are, Study Finds

Explain This: The Illusion Of Political Understanding