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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>


New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring cross-modal adaptation to faces and voices, probabilistic models of cognition, attention and recognition memory, perceptual abilities and synesthesia, and intentions and response inhibition. ... More>


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James McKeen Cattell Fund Fellowships Awarded

The recipients are Marie Banich, University of Colorado Boulder; Stephen Lomber, University of Western Ontario, Canada; and Kevin Wilson, Gettysburg College. ... More>


Student Notebook

Not So Lazy Days: Psychology Summer Institutes

Summer institutes offer students numerous benefits, such as increased technical knowledge, access to professional expertise, and the opportunity to collaborate. ... More>


Studies Explore Interplay Between Self-Control, Reward Processing, and Diet

Two new studies explore the cognitive and neural mechanisms that mediate the relationship between self-control and reward processing in dieters. ... More>