Psychological Science

Volume 19, Number 12 · December 2008

Research Reports
The Source of Enhanced Cognitive Control in Bilinguals: Evidence From Bimodal Bilinguals
Karen Emmorey, Gigi Luk, Jennie E. Pyers, and Ellen Bialystok

The Cognitive Benefits of Interacting With Nature
Marc G. Berman, John Jonides, and Stephen Kaplan

When the Truth Is Not Too Hard to Handle: An Event-Related Potential Study on the Pragmatics of Negation
Mante S. Nieuwland and Gina R. Kuperberg

With a Clean Conscience: Cleanliness Reduces the Severity of Moral Judgments
Simone Schnall, Jennifer Benton, and Sophie Harvey

Differential Processing of Consonants and Vowels in Lexical Access Through Reading
Boris New, Veronica Araujo, and Thierry Nazzi

Preference Invites Categorization
Rachel Smallman and Neal J. Roese

An In-Group Advantage in Detecting Intergroup Anxiety
Heather M. Gray, Wendy Berry Mendes, and Carrigan Denny-Brown

Powerful People Make Good Decisions Even When They Consciously Think
Pamela K. Smith, Ap Dijksterhuis, and Daniël H.J. Wigboldus

The Sting of Intentional Pain
Kurt Gray and Daniel M. Wegner

Looking to the Future to Appreciate the Present: The Benefits of Perceived Temporal Scarcity
Jaime L. Kurtz

Gender Recognition of Human Faces Using Color
Adrian Nestor and Michael J. Tarr

Twelve-Month-Old Infants Benefit From Prior Experience in Statistical Learning
Jill Lany and Rebecca L. Gomez

An Attentional Mechanism for Selecting Appropriate Actions Afforded by Graspable Objects
Daniel Loach, Alexandra Frischen, Neil Bruce, and John K. Tsotsos

Research Articles
Is Relative Pitch Specific to Pitch?
Josh H. McDermott, Andriana J. Lehr, and Andrew J. Oxenham

The Fragility of Intergroup Relations: Divergent Effects of Delayed Audiovisual Feedback in Intergroup and Intragroup Interaction
Adam R. Pearson, Tessa V. West, John F. Dovidio, Stacie Renfro Powers, Ross Buck, and Robert Henning

Reciprocity Is Not Give and Take: Asymmetric Reciprocity to Positive and Negative Acts
Boaz Keysar, Benjamin A. Converse, Jiunwen Wang, and Nicholas Epley

Category Markers or Attributes: Why Do Labels Guide Infants' Inductive Inferences?
Jean Keates and Susan A. Graham

The Case of the Transmogrifying Experimenter: Affirmation of Moral Schemas Following Implicit Change Detection
Travis Proulx and Steven J. Heine

Reorienting When Cues Conflict: Evidence for an Adaptive-Combination View
Kristin R. Ratliff and Nora S. Newcombe

Construal Level and Procrastination
Sean M. McCrea, Nira Liberman, Yaacov Trope, and Steven J. Sherman

Power, Distress, and Compassion: Turning a Blind Eye to the Suffering of Others
Gerben A. van Kleef, Christopher Oveis, Ilmo van der Lowe, Aleksandr LuoKogan, Jennifer Goetz, and Dacher Keltner

Reciprocity Is Not Give and Take: Asymmetric Reciprocity to Positive and Negative Acts
Boaz Keysar, Benjamin A. Converse, Jiunwen Wang, and Nicholas Epley