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Recognizing Without Seeing

Facial expressions and body language are among the most powerful forms of nonverbal communication, and can reveal a great deal about emotion. Beatrice de Gelder investigates the neuroscience of automatic, […]... More>


Video Game Violence Doesn’t Boost Aggression Among Adults with Autism

An experimental study shows that video game violence isn't associated with aggressive behavior among adults with autism spectrum disorder. ... More>


Art for the Knowing Nose


This Is The Real Consequence Of Feeling Lonely


New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring: conformity and judgment; cognitive processing in bilingual speakers; and shifts from sadness to anxiety following the tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut. ... More>