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New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring how children learn and apply social norms and how working memory modulates processing of emotional information outside conscious awareness. ... More>

Police Lineups: The Science of Getting It Right

New Research From Clinical Psychological Science

New research explores attentional bias and posttraumatic stress among asylum seekers, rumination and cognitive bias modification, and a potential model targeting individuals at risk of sexual assault in military settings. ... More>

Observer Article

In Defense of Suzanne Corkin

This is a portrait of Suzanne Corkin.

Joining a chorus of leading psychological researchers and brain scientists, APS Fellows Howard Eichenbaum and Elizabeth Kensinger refute a journalist’s critical depiction of an esteemed pioneer in cognitive neuroscience. ... More>

Observer Article

Cattell Fund to Support Research on Memory, Emotion, Learning

Environmental influences on early learning, the accuracy of eyewitness memory, and the neural underpinnings of emotional connections are among the projects that three scientists will pursue during sabbaticals supported by the James McKeen Cattell Fund. ... More>