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Brains of Congenitally Deaf Reveal Plasticity of Auditory Cortex

A new neuroimaging study shows that, in people who are born deaf, the auditory cortex processes information about the visual properties of stimuli. ... More>

Observer Article

‘Significance and Remembrance’ Revisited

APS Past President James L. McGaugh reflects on how our understanding of memory consolidation has evolved in the quarter-century since he wrote the article “Significance and Remembrance: The Role of Neuromodulatory Systems” for the inaugural issue of Psychological Science. ... More>

New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring how visual features affect mental rotation, whether infants learn labels by mapping them onto concepts, and how quality of communication predicts children's language learning. ... More>

CSBBCS Honors Two APS Members

The Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science (CSBBCS) will honor APS Fellow Daphne Maurer and Evan Risko at its 25th Annual Meeting this weekend. ... More>

Getting Hands-On Deepens Science Learning

Students who are able to test scientific concepts in ways that are hands-on come to understand the concepts more deeply and score better on science tests. ... More>