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Presidential Column

Technology, Psychology, and a Coming Revolution in the Study of Decision Making

Big data is driving a sea change in research on human behavior and decision making. Guest Presidential Columnist Paul W. Glimcher of New York University’s Center for Neuroeconomics explains. ... More>


Observer Article

The Mechanics of Moral Judgments

Brain imaging technology is leading to new discoveries about the way people judge each other’s intentions and actions. ... More>


Observer Article

Cognition Colored by Emotion

Gerald L. Clore’s research has helped to demystify the complicated influences our emotions bring to bear on decisions and judgments. ... More>


Besudelter Altruismus (Tainted Altruism)


Violence and Its Origins

A panel at the 2014 APS Annual Convention, to be held May 22–25 in San Francisco, California, will explore questions related to violence. ... More>