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New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring the influence of relative encoding on memory-based judgments and probiotic treatment for rats exposed to parental stress. ... More>

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Scenes From Convention

From APS Past President Gordon Bower to enthusiastic reproducibility workshop participants, the 2016 APS Annual Convention in Chicago attracted some of the sharpest minds in psychological science. The annual photo album showcases pictures from the Psychological Science in the Public Interest symposium, the “Inside the Psychologist’s Studio” interview with APS Past Board Member Jennifer A. Richeson, and other compelling events. ... More>

Witnesses Confuse Innocent and Guilty Suspects with ‘Unfair’ Lineups

Police lineups in which distinctive individual marks or features are not altered can impair witnesses’ ability to distinguish between innocent and guilty suspects. ... More>

How Well Can We Remember Someone’s Life after They Die?

Learning With Amnesia

In a recent study, researchers used the unique experiences of an actor with amnesia to better understand learning in individuals affected by the syndrome. ... More>