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Transgender Kids Show Consistent Gender Identity Across Measures

A study with 32 transgender children, ages 5 to 12, indicates that their gender identity is deeply held and not the result of confusion or pretense. ... More>


The Curious Science of When Multitasking Works


New Research From Clinical Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring pretraumatic stress reactions in soldiers, cognitive vulnerability in depression and anxiety, and limitations of determining diagnosis severity using criterion counts. ... More>


Focusing on Lasting Legacy Prompts Environmental Action

Prompting people to think about the legacy they want to leave for future generations can boost their desire and intention to take action to protect the environment. ... More>


Observer Article

Faded Memories

Why do some US presidents become staples of history, while others spiral into obscurity as time passes? A new study led by APS Past President Henry L. Roediger, III, helps explain how and why people and events are forgotten from collective memory. ... More>