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Inside the Psychologist’s Studio: Brenda Milner

Brenda Milner shares the story behind her groundbreaking research with Carol A. Tavris. ... More>

Buffering Stress with Optimism

Everything from traffic to tests can cause us to “freak out,” yet some people naturally handle stress better than others. Joëlle Jobin, 2012 APSSC Student Research Award winner, wanted to see if being an optimist or a pessimist could change the way stress affects individuals. ... More>

A Milestone for CPS

April marks a one-year milestone for APS’s newest journal Clinical Psychological Science! CPS provides a venue for cutting-edge research across a wide range of conceptual views, approaches, and topics. Since CPS Editor Alan E. Kazdin, Yale University, and his editorial team started accepting submissions in April 2012, CPS has been making news. ... More>

Mirror Neurons Help Us Identify Emotion in Faces

In 2012, Madeleine L. Werhane won an APSSC Student Research Award for her work examining mirror neurons’ role in the identification of facial emotions. ... More>

Neuropsychological Correlates of Emotion Regulation in Women With HIV: An ERP Study

2012 Student Research Award Winners Roger C. McIntosh presented his research at the APS 24th Annual Convention in Chicago, Illinois, USA. ... More>