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People Are More Likely To Lie To Women During Negotiations, Study Finds


Feminine Faces Offered Less at the Negotiation Table

A recent study finds that faces with more feminine features are seen as more cooperative and less savvy in negotiations, resulting in lower offers. ... More>


Prentice Named Dean of Faculty at Princeton

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Deborah A. Prentice, an APS Fellow, began her tenure as dean of the faculty at Princeton University on July 1. ... More>


New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring speech perception and speech motor learning, visual binding in newly hatched chicks, and gender and sexual economics. ... More>


Priming Gender Norms and Levels of Heterosexism as Predictors of Adoption Choices

Watch Evelyn Stratmoen, University of Central Oklahoma, present her research on "Priming Gender Norms and Levels of Heterosexism as Predictors of Adoption Choices." ... More>