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Where Americans Get Enough Exercise

Why Me? Perceptions of Justice Influence Pain Experiences

To make sense of life's vagaries, people often reason that we get what we deserve. But experiences like chronic pain are difficult to reconcile with this sense of justice. ... More>

Laying Money on the Line Leads to Healthier Food Choices Over Time

We're more likely to choose healthy options at the grocery store if we use the risk of losing a monthly discount as a motivational tool, according to new research. ... More>

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Advances in Integrative Psychological Science

Research spanning disciplinary, geographic, and methodological boundaries is generating both excitement and challenges for psychological science. A global effort is under way to strengthen and advance the integrative science enterprise. ... More>

Dealing With Burnout, Which Doesn’t Always Stem From Overwork