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New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new articles exploring the relationship between divorce-related distress and blood pressure reactivity and reanalysis of findings using Bayesian evidence synthesis. ... More>


Science Develops New Data- and Materials-Sharing Requirements

The Transparency and Openness Promotion (TOP) guidelines, developed in 2015, are being put into action at the journal Science. ... More>


Bower Reflects on Integrating Two Theoretical Frameworks

At the 2016 APS-Psychonomic Society W. K. & K. W. Estes Lecture, Gordon Bower reflected on his attempts to merge Clark Hull’s learning theory with William Estes’s statistical framework. ... More>


Rise in Reporting p-Values as “Marginally Significant”

Examining papers published in the first year of each decade from 1970 to 2010 in three psychology journals, researchers found an increase in reporting of results as "marginally significant." ... More>


Student Notebook

Mixed Methods Research

Traditionally, there are three branches of methodology: quantitative (numeric data), qualitative (observational or interview data), and mixed methods (using both types of data). Psychology relies heavily on quantitative-based data analyses […]... More>