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[VIDEO] In his keynote address, Michael S. Gazzaniga suggests the brain may work through local gossip rather than central planning. ... More>
[VIDEO] In the Presidential Symposium at the 25th APS Annual Convention, four distinguished psychological scientists took attendees on a psychological and biological tour exploring how we form memories. ... More>
[VIDEO] In her Bring the Family Address at the 25th APS Annual Convention, language-processing researcher Morton Ann Gernsbacher explained why it makes more sense to accept disabilities like autism as examples of brain diversity rather than viewing them as defects. ... More>
In educational research, an age-old question has remained unanswered: Does IQ or hard work matter more in predicting success in school? ... More>
[VIDEO] David L. Strayer has spent more than a decade studying the fundamental factors that impair drivers and lead to automobile accidents. Some distractions — like talking or texting on a smartphone — are already widely recognized as dangerous. But much of Strayer’s work focuses on cognitive distractions that occur even when people keep both hands on the steering wheel and their eyes on the road. ... More>