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Evidence for ‘Bilingual Advantage’ May Be Less Conclusive Than Previously Thought

Study results challenging the cognitive advantages of bilingualism are less likely to be published than results supporting the link, suggesting that the literature may reflect a "file drawer" effect. ... More>


Forgiving a Wrong May Actually Make It Easier to Forget

We’re often told to “forgive and forget” the wrongs that we suffer — new psychology research suggests that there may be some scientific truth behind the common saying. ... More>


New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring precision as a cue of confidence, heart rate variability and memory retrieval, disclosure and conflicts of interest, biased predecisional processing, and attentional blink. ... More>


New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring bilingual language control, rapid fear detection, involuntary response inhibition, and facial masculinity and attractiveness. ... More>


New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring cross-modal adaptation to faces and voices, probabilistic models of cognition, attention and recognition memory, perceptual abilities and synesthesia, and intentions and response inhibition. ... More>