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As a recent study shows, networking seems to be less of a factor in Black men's career accomplishments than are education and motivation. ... More>
Starting this month, the Observer will be publishing a list of recent books by APS members. ... 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>
Social "warmth" may be more than metaphor, as new research reveals that the same brain areas are involved in the perception of physical warmth and in heartwarming social experiences. ... More>