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Memories of Unethical Actions Fade Faster

New research demonstrates that people’s memories of their unethical behavior become less clear, less detailed, and less vivid over time compared to other memories. ... More>


Ariely Packs Address With Jokes, Anecdotes, and Lots of Science

At the Fred Kavli Keynote Address at the 2016 APS Annual Convention, Dan Ariely discussed his research showing how people rationalize dishonesty. ... More>


Religion Past and Present

0:13 – How Religions Became Moral and Spiritual – Pascal R. Boyer, Washington University in St. Louis 15:17 – I’m Learning (,) God: Spirituality and Religion in African American Life […]... More>


Student Notebook

Research Ethics at the Graduate Level

I followed the plight of Michael LaCour, a University of California, Los Angeles, graduate student in the political science department, almost obsessively. I first heard of LaCour’s research on one […]... More>


Observation

Anderson, Dweck Share Atkinson Prize

APS William James Fellow John R. Anderson and APS James McKeen Cattell Fellow Carol S. Dweck have won the 2016 Atkinson Prize in Psychological and Cognitive Sciences. ... More>