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At a symposium on findings from the journal Psychological Science in the Public Interest — a publication tailored for relevance to the general public — Patrick Corrigan shows that society may be able to combat prejudice by promoting the everyday stories of people with mental illness. Maria Kozhevnikov details a taxonomy designed to standardize applied research on cognitive styles. ... More>
In an age when all branches of health care face increasing scrutiny from regulatory bodies, APS Fellow Dean McKay, Evan M. Forman, Brett Thombs, and David F. Tolin emphasize the need to back mental-health interventions with hard, empirical evidence. The crucial first step, they agree, will be revising guidelines for determining whether a treatment qualifies as empirically sound. ... More>
A sample of new research exploring prospective motor control in infants at risk of autism and links between negative affect, borderline personality disorder, and PTSD. ... More>
Data from an online smoking cessation intervention indicate that web-based interventions could help bring effective treatment to a broad range of people. ... More>
Nearly 10% of American children have received a diagnosis of Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). During his Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology Distinguished Scientist Award Address, APS Fellow Stephen P. […]... More>