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New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring performance and awareness in binocular rivalry, tryptophan and interpersonal trust, saccade path planning, and nonconscious learning from crowded sequences. ... More>


Your brain sees things that you don’t


Your Brain ‘Sees’ Things Even When You Don’t

The brain processes and understands visual input even if we never consciously perceive that input, challenging the currently accepted models of visual processing. ... More>


The Cost of Racial Bias in Economic Decisions

New research suggests that people’s racial biases make them more likely to leave money on the table when a windfall is not split evenly between groups. ... More>


Is Beauty in the Average or the Individual?

People tend to find a blend of faces to be more attractive than the individual faces themselves, but new research suggests this isn't true if those faces are familiar. ... More>