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People who speak English as a second language are generally passed over for top managerial jobs, studies have shown. New research reveals the factors underlying this glass ceiling. ... More>
Behavioral science is helping the British government save tens of millions of pounds. Guest Presidential Columnist David Halpern describes how the UK Cabinet-level office he heads is making that happen. ... More>
Registration for the 2014 AAAS Meeting, to be held February 13–17, 2014, in Chicago, is now open. Online press registration is available until January 22, 2014. The conference will include […]... More>
For people in poverty, remembering better times — such as past success — improves cognitive functioning and increases their willingness to seek help from crucial aid services. ... More>
As head of the NIH’s Center for Scientific Review, APS Fellow Richard K. Nakamura has set a goal of making science review a science itself. ... More>