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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>


The Neuroscience of Social Influence


Do you have brain power to make an idea go viral?


How the Brain Creates the ‘Buzz’ That Helps Ideas Spread

How do ideas spread? Are we able to predict what messages will go viral on social media? Researchers have found a brain region associated with viral "buzz." ... More>