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People Rely on What They Hear to Know What They’re Saying

You know what you’re going to say before you say it, right? Not necessarily. Auditory feedback plays an important role in helping us determine what we’re saying as we speak. ... More>


A Spouse’s Voice Rings Loudest in a Crowded Room


How You Tune Out Your Spouse—and Why


Your Spouse’s Voice Is Easier to Hear – And Easier to Ignore

The familiar voice of a spouse stands out against other voices, helping to sharpen auditory perception and making it easier to focus on one voice at a time. ... More>


Observation

Four APS Fellows Elected to NAS

Five psychological scientists, including four APS Fellows, are among the 84 new members and 21 foreign associates elected to the National Academy of Sciences, in recognition of their contributions and achievements in original research. ... More>