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New Research From Clinical Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring physical activity and affective regulation in bipolar disorder, stress among cancer caregivers, and visual processing of facial information in schizophrenia. ... More>


Can Shame Be Useful?


No Evidence of Seasonal Differences in Depressive Symptoms

A large-scale survey of U.S. adults provides no evidence that levels of depressive symptoms vary according to the time of year, amount of sunlight, or latitude. ... More>


Can mass trauma actually promote psychological adjustment?


Presidential Column

Licensure for Clinical Scientists: A Critical Issue for Psychological Scientists

Psychological researchers don’t typically see much reason to re-examine the status quo of current licensure practices. But in a guest Presidential Column, APS Past President Robert W. Levenson explains why clinical training and licensure are some of the most important issues facing psychological scientists. ... More>