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Volume 30, Issue2February, 2017
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The Cognitive Upside of Aging

Big Data involving thousands and thousands of participants is enabling researchers to track the development of different cognitive skills across the lifespan with increasing accuracy. And the results of these studies bring light to some surprising — and perhaps heartening — findings about the aging brain… More

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Volume 30, Issue2February, 2017

Digital Edition

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The Science of Love Is All Around

From new research exploring ongoing synchrony between spouses to a revealing scientific investigation into claims made by online dating sites… More

You Need Technology to Survive Graduate School

Having trouble figuring out ways to organize your graduate school workload? This article introduces you to some of the key applications that can help you survive and thrive throughout your experience… More

Three Mediation Stories, Three Analytic Strategies

In recognition of APS’s forthcoming journal on methodological advances, APS President Susan Goldin-Meadow invites her University of Chicago colleagues Stephen Raudenbush and Guanglei Hong to discuss a new view of path analysis that they hope will find its way into all areas of psychological science… More

Remembering Jerome Bruner

A series of tributes to Jerome “Jerry” Bruner, who died in 2016 at the age of 100, reflects the seminal contributions that led him to be known as the founder of the cognitive revolution. … More