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New Research From Clinical Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring personality and fear learning, polygenic risk for externalizing disorders, and narrative exposure therapy as a treatment for aggression. ... More>


Observer Article

Using Pseudoscience to Shine Light on Good Science

If instructors want students to think like scientists, they have to teach them about decidedly nonscientific ways of thinking, argues APS James McKeen Cattell Fellow Scott O. Lilienfeld. ... More>


Why Psychotherapy Appears To Work (Even When It Doesn’t)

One of the classic papers in the history of psychology is Hans Eysenck’s “The Effects of Psychotherapy: An Evaluation,” published in 1952. The London-based psychologist examined 19 studies of treatment […]... More>


How to Get Over Stage Fright, Jenny Slate Style


Taking an Integrative Approach to Understanding Emotions and Clinical Disorders

A Special Series in Clinical Psychological Science brings recent research from affective science to bear on the ways that clinicians and researchers think about, diagnose, and treat clinical disorders. ... More>