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Observation

The ‘Heartwarming’ Nature of Social Bonds

Social "warmth" may be more than metaphor, as new research reveals that the same brain areas are involved in the perception of physical warmth and in heartwarming social experiences. ... More>


New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new studies exploring: genes linked to emotional biases in perception and memory, nonverbal expressions of status, visual representation and language processing, and neural correlates of eudaimonic well-being. ... More>


Studies Explore Interplay Between Self-Control, Reward Processing, and Diet

Two new studies explore the cognitive and neural mechanisms that mediate the relationship between self-control and reward processing in dieters. ... More>


Presidential Column

Looking Beyond the ‘Neuro’ Revolution in Psychological Science

APS President Elizabeth A. Phelps highlights the maturation of neuroscience and explores what's next in psychological science. ... More>


Remembering to Remember Supported by Two Distinct Brain Processes

Remembering to remember — whether it’s appointments or taking medications — is essential to our everyday lives. New research explores the brain mechanisms that underlie this prospective memory. ... More>