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Student Notebook

What You Say Matters

Many graduate students fear public speaking, yet for many of us it is a pervasive aspect of graduate life. Standing in front of a group of people, whether for an […]... More>


New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring how opportunity costs influence preferences and the impact of context-based expectations on speech perception. ... More>


The Mouth Is Mightier Than the Pen


Observer Article

Registered Replication Reports: An Update

Studies being reproduced in APS’s Registered Replication Reports initiative include a 2002 experiment investigating how commitment fosters forgiveness in close relationships and a 2011 study showing how grammatical aspect influences one’s perception of intentionality. ... More>


Observation

‘Baby Talk’ Is Less Clear Than Normal Speech

People tend to speak more slowly, use a sing-song voice, and use cutesy words like “tummy” when speaking to babies and small children. While we might be inclined to think […]... More>