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Brains of Congenitally Deaf Reveal Plasticity of Auditory Cortex

A new neuroimaging study shows that, in people who are born deaf, the auditory cortex processes information about the visual properties of stimuli. ... More>


Remembrance

Remembering Keith Rayner

Colleagues and former students pay homage to a psychological scientist renowned for making the measurement of eye movements a major tool for the study of cognitive processes. ... More>


New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring mother-infant vocalizations across cultures, a difference-education intervention for college students, and crowding in visual working memory. ... More>


Why ‘Batman’ Met a Tragic Death on the Highway

Research shows that pedestrians often underestimate how visible they are to drivers at night, and motorists overestimate their own accuracy at spotting pedestrians in the dark. ... More>


New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring how visual features affect mental rotation, whether infants learn labels by mapping them onto concepts, and how quality of communication predicts children's language learning. ... More>