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It Might Be ‘Pre-Crastination’ That’s Hurting Your Productivity


New Research From Clinical Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring negative self-beliefs in eating disorders, prefrontal activity and self-control in smokers, culture and memory in PTSD, and cognitive mechanisms underlying rumination. ... More>


Get It Over With: People Choose More Difficult Tasks to Get Jobs Done More Quickly

Most of us are well-acquainted with procrastination, but new research suggests that “pre-crastination”—hurrying to complete a task as soon as possible—may also be a common phenomenon. ... More>


Observer Article

Mining the Unconscious

Scientists dig into the submerged layer of cognitive function. ... More>