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New Research From Clinical Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring delayed reward discounting in prolonged grief and the role of amygdala reactivity in antisocial behavior. ... More>

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Controlling Mood Disorders: A Matter of Routine

Ellen Frank’s stint as a talk show host in Pittsburgh seeded a clinical science career that uncovered durable treatments for mood disorders. In her APS James McKeen Cattell Fellow Award Address, Frank discussed her unconventional career path and her research on the role of social routine in curbing bipolar episodes. ... More>


Rajaram, Weber Among APS Fellows Elected to Society of Experimental Psychologists

APS Board Member Suparna Rajaram of Stony Brook University and APS Past Board Member Elke U. Weber of Columbia University are among eight psychological scientists recently elected to the Society of Experimental Psychologists (SEP). ... More>

Risky Business: Teens Brains Behind the Wheel

A team of Finnish researchers investigates the neural underpinnings of risky behavior in teens. ... More>


Establishing Psychometric Expectations for Neurobiological Assessments

Across psychological science, there has been an explosion of new tools and technologies over the last decade. In an upcoming symposium at the 28th APS Annual Convention in Chicago, May […]... More>