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Two Hormones Predict Negotiators’ Success

A new study finds that fluctuations in testosterone and cortisol can influence the social and economic outcomes of a negotiation. ... More>


Self-Promoters Tend to Misjudge How Annoying They Are to Others

Telling others about a recent promotion or a newly purchased car may seem like harmless ways to share good news. But research suggests that self-promotion often backfires. ... More>


Jennifer Richeson Named Guggenheim Fellow

APS Fellow Jennifer Richeson has been selected as a 2015 Guggenheim fellow in recognition of her innovative research examining psychological phenomena related to cultural diversity. ... More>


Your Friends Are More Extroverted Than You Are


New psychology study shows ‘extroversion bias’ distorts our view of friends