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Can Personality Traits Predict Who Chokes Under Pressure?

Researchers from Texas A&M University find a link between specific personality traits and poor decision-making under pressure. ... More>

Job Satisfaction Tends to Increase with Age

A new longitudinal analysis of nearly 22,000 people finds that job satisfaction paradoxically increased with age yet decreased with job tenure. ... More>

Observer Article

Lilienfeld Plans New Features for Clinical Psychological Science

Letters to the Editor, book reviews, and commentaries are among the new features that APS James McKeen Cattell Fellow Scott O. Lilienfeld plans to introduce to Clinical Psychological Science as the journal’s new Editor. ... More>

You’re Joking: Detecting Sarcasm in Emails Isn’t Easy

Although people are often quite confident that the use of sarcasm in their texts and emails is clear to others, studies show that accurately reading sarcasm is no easy feat. ... More>