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New research suggests that the degree to which inmates’ express guilt or shame may provide an indicator of how likely they are to re-offend. ... More>
A sample of new research exploring language development in children born small for gestational age; self-worth, pain endurance, and self-injury; and heritability of experiencing pleasant events and depressive symptoms. ... More>
New research suggests that positive emotions, in addition to negative emotions, may play a role in rewarding and maintaining these disordered eating behaviors like binge eating and purging. ... More>
A group of eminent psychological scientists articulate a cutting-edge model for training in clinical science in a new special series of articles in Clinical Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science. ... More>
We often feel compelled to continue with something just because we've already invested money, time, or effort into it. Meditation may help us overcome this "sunk cost" bias, scientists find. ... More>