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Science, not popular culture, should inform our approach to neuroticism, says James McKeen Cattell Fellow David H. Barlow, whose work on neuroticism has led to innovative new treatments for mood disorders. ... More>
Brian Wansink of Cornell University explains how what is happening around us influences the way we eat. ... More>
Leading questions are discouraged in the courtroom, but they may be the best method for getting children to disclose discomforting information, says James McKeen Cattell Fellow Gail S. Goodman. ... More>
People face this predicament all the time—can you determine a person’s character in a single interaction? A robot named Nexi has helped psychological scientists figure out the answer. ... More>
APS Fellow Jonathan Haidt, New York University, has been all over the news lately. Why? Because in the US, the election-season mudslinging has begun. With each party striving to gain an advantage, the science behind voting behavior, political ideology, and compromise is crucial. ... More>