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New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new studies exploring asymmetry in frontal brain activation and sensitivity to developmental context, and the influence of mental representations on hand movements. ... More>


Our Gullible Brains


Is the Antidote to Embarrassment in a Jar?


New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring shaping attention with reward, personality maturation around the world, handedness effects on learning words related to object manipulation, and trust and physical similarity. ... More>


People Prefer Products That Help Them ‘Save Face’ in Embarrassing Moments

Feelings of embarrassment can be alleviated by using so-called ‘restorative’ products — effectively helping people to “save face.” ... More>