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Hypnosis-induced Synaesthesia Makes You See Red – in the Number Seven

Hypnosis can induce synaesthetic experiences – where one sense triggers the involuntary use of another – according to a new study in Psychological Science. The findings suggests that people with […]... More>


Ability to “Tell the Difference” Declines as Infants Age

A new article published in the August issue of Current Directions in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science, suggests that infants fine-tune their visual and auditory […]... More>


Cover Story

Mirror Neurons: How We Reflect on Behavior

In the mid-1990s, scientists at the University of Parma, in Italy, made a discovery so novel that it shifted the way psychologists discuss the brain. After researchers implanted electrodes into […]... More>


Observer Article

Making a Connection

16th Annual Convention William James Fellow Award Address McClelland Attributes Learning, Memory, and Cognitive Development to a Strong Neuron Network James L. McClelland, Carnegie Mellon University, describes his distributed connectionist […]... More>