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New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring cultural differences in judging competence from faces, acoustic rhythm and perceptual oscillation, and the role of memory consolidation in prejudice formation. ... More>


How Did Humans Learn to Count? Baboons May Offer Clues

Learning to count comes early in human life and new research suggests that the cognitive underpinnings of this ability can be found in some of our close cousins: baboons. ... More>


Intuition and Cooperative Decision Making Focus of APS Registered Replication Report Project

A new Registered Replication Report (RRR) is designed to replicate a 2012 experiment investigating the influence of intuition on cooperative behavior in a one-shot economic game. ... More>


Can Leadership Potential be Predicted at Age 10?

A new study finds that cognitive abilities measured at age 10 have a strong relationship with obtaining a leadership position by age 50. ... More>