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Volume 31, Issue1January, 2018
Digital Edition

Firm Foundations

What are the most replicated findings in psychological science? Researchers offer their picks… More

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Volume 31, Issue1January, 2018

Digital Edition

  • Exploring the Minutiae of Memory

    From word association to brain imaging, scientists have taken a variety of approaches to studying the human brain’s imperfect reproductions of the past, APS William James Fellow Daniel L. Schacter says… More

  • ‘I Feel Your Pain’: The Neuroscience of Empathy

    Observing someone else in anguish can evoke a deep sense of distress and sadness — almost as if it’s happening to us. APS Fellow Ying-yi Hong and other scientists identify some of the regions of the brain responsible for this sense of interconnectedness… More

  • Pursuing Questions at the Heart of Identity

    APS Past Board Member Jennifer Richeson talks with APS President Suparna Rajaram about the factors that led her into a career studying topics such as inequality, discrimination, race, class, and gender identity… More

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Podcasting a Wide Net

With help from the APS Fund for Teaching and Public Understanding of Psychological Science, Lisa Cantrell’s podcast on psychological research has grown its audience to nearly 20,000 listeners over the last 2 years… More

Playing to Chronotype

Psychological scientist Royette Tavernier is staying closely tuned to her natural sleep-wake preferences to build a career investigating links between sleep and psychological and physical outcomes… More