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Wide-eyed expressions that typically signal fear may enlarge our visual field and mutually enhance others’ ability to locate threats, according to new research published in Psychological Science. ... More>
A sample of new research exploring audiovisual speech perception in infants; perseveration errors in memory recall; and how the presence of companions can influence how we size up foes. ... More>
Imagine that you’re an early human, trying to make your way in a perilous world. One very useful talent would be reading and reacting to the faces of other early ... More>
Cornell University http://blogs.cornell.edu/mendlelab/ What does your research focus on? I study a number of facets of adolescent psychopathology, but I’m particularly interested in how different aspects of puberty — its ... More>
Chapman University sites.google.com/site/davidfrederickpsychology/ What does your research focus on? I am fascinated by the tremendous variation in sexuality that is observed across the world, across historical time, within each sex, ... More>