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Can Cash Counter Workplace Ostracism?

New evidence suggests that thinking about money may help buffer against the emotional toll of ostracism and social exclusion at work. ... More>

Think You’re Thinking for Yourself? Think Again.

“Motivation and Social Perception” Call for Submission

We are pleased to invite you to submit symposium and poster proposals for the upcoming conference “Motivation and Social Perception”, to be held 19–21 July 2016 in Gdansk, Poland. The […]... More>


Massive NIH Effort to Understand Substance Use in Adolescents

APS Fellow BJ Casey of Weill Medical College of Cornell University is among the researchers receiving funding from 13 grants announced by the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) in […]... More>

Observer Article

The Science of Behavior Change

The US National Institutes of Health initiative on the Science of Behavior Change is supporting novel research on interventions designed to help people live healthier lives. Melissa Riddle and Rebecca Ferrer summarize the program's accomplishments. ... More>