Annual Convention

2013 Psi Chi Distinguished Speaker: Charles R. Honts

Lying is a most ubiquitous human behavior. We lie in 25 percent of our interactions, and even trained lie catchers perform near chance. While many of our lies are inconsequential, […]... More>


2013 APS Award Address: Gerald L. Clore

Emotions provide embodied information about what is good or bad about important psychological situations. They influence judgments and decisions and regulate modes of thought. New research shows that the affect-cognition […]... More>


2013 APS Award Address: Diane F. Halpern

Our government is broken. Negativity toward Congress is at an all-time high, with hyperpartisanship as the new bigotry in the US. In this address, Halpern will use the lens of […]... More>


2013 APS Award Address: Elaine F. Walker

Research on the origins of serious mental illness has benefited greatly from advances in developmental neuroscience. With these advances, we now have a clearer picture of the complex interplay between […]... More>


Increased Meta-Perceptions of Agreeableness and Extraversion Predict Partner Satisfaction

Meta-perceptions are defined as judgments made by the self about what others think about the self. This research predicted partner satisfaction from meta-perceptions of personality. ... More>