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New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring distortions in feature binding after eye movements, facial movements that camouflage signals from face morphology, and positive affect and cognitive control. ... More>


Researchers Make Strides in Early Diagnosis for Autism

This year's World Autism Awareness Day follows a new report showing a rise in the rate of autism diagnoses. Fortunately, researchers are making progress in early diagnosis and intervention. ... More>


Read This Blog Post In Less Than A Minute!

I am a slow reader, and I would love to read faster. Not poetry or novels obviously—those we should savor. But lots of non-fiction, and certainly the news. There’s simply […]... More>


Observation

Rayner to Receive 2014 William James Fellow Award

APS Fellow Keith Rayner has been named a 2014 William James Fellow Award recipient for his contributions to the basic science of psychology. ... More>


New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new articles exploring visual field changes during reading, shape skeletons in vision, conflict experience in cognitive adaptation, and effects of social and nonsocial cues on attention capture. ... More>