Currently browsing "Psychological Science in the Public Interest"

The Year in U.S. Policing


Can DUI Checkpoints Change Perceptions of the Police?

When police adopt measures to foster procedural justice in their communities, the public responds with more positive views of the police. ... More>


The Vicious Cycle of Cops Behaving Badly


Observation

How Police Can Regain Public Trust, According to Science

A new report brings psychological science to bear on policing, providing an in-depth analysis of the factors that drive public trust in police and law-related behavior. ... More>


The one thing about ‘matching’ algorithms that dating sites don’t want you to know