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Featured Articles: “Is It Always Wrong to Be Right?” and “What Explains the Home-Field Advantage?” ... More>
Studies suggested that prejudice is more prevalent among people from lower social classes. A new pattern explores why this pattern exists. ... More>
For many, religion is central to day-to-day existence, supporting faith and spirituality and providing friendship and a sense of community. But religion can also contribute to conflict. ... More>
New research exploring system-legitimacy beliefs and attitudes toward race, deferred feedback and category learning, and transfer across visual search tasks, and higher-order relational learning in toddlers. ... 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>