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Older Adult Clumsiness Linked to Brain Changes

Some of the day-to-day reaching-and-grasping difficulties experienced by older adults may be caused by changes in the mental frame of reference that they use to visualize nearby objects. ... More>


What’s Location Got to Do With It?

Psychological scientists Snehlata Jaswal and Robert H. Logie conducted a series of experiments to study the importance of configural encoding in feature binding. ... More>


New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new and exciting research exploring genetic influence on cognitive abilities; visual working memory and eye movements; and gender differences in multitasking and visuospatial ability. ... More>


A New Look at Perception (Thank you, El Greco)

El Greco was one of the greatest artists of the Spanish Renaissance, and also one of its most idiosyncratic. His contemporaries were puzzled by his fantastic use of color, and […]... More>


New Research on Aging From Psychological Science

A sample of new and exciting research on cognitive and perceptual processes in aging. ... More>