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Children who use their hands to make abstract gestures during a math lesson gain a deeper and more flexible understanding of the problems they are taught. ... More>
The coming year marks the 25th anniversary of the founding of APS. In 1988, 14 motivated individuals decided to come together to form a group devoted to serving the needs of psychology students: The APS Student Caucus was born. Today, the APSSC has grown to represent more than 8,500 graduate and undergraduate students all over the world. ... More>
APS Fellow Niels Birbaumer is a leading researcher on brain-computer interfaces (BCI), which allow communication from the brain to an external device for patients who otherwise could not communicate through muscle movements to produce speech, gestures, or eye-movements. ... More>