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Understanding why people experience their romantic relationships differently and the consequences of these differences for various significant life outcomes, from relationship well-being to mental and physical health, has been a central focus driving our research in the Personality, Attachment, and Control Laboratory at Cornell University. ... More>
Anthony Greenwald says that a 1966 interview with Gordon W. Allport illustrates what has changed and what has endured in personality and social psychology. ... More>
A sample of exciting new research on social cognition published in Psychological Science. ... More>
For die-hard Democrats and Republicans, the decision of who to vote for in November may be a no-brainer. In recent years, however, many voters have rejected such partisan identities, choosing to call themselves Independents. But new research suggests that Independents may not be as independent as they think. ... More>