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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>

Cognition at the Speed of (LED) Lights

Compared to fluorescent lights, LED lights in the workplace may provide a boost for cognition, mood, and efficiency. ... More>


AAAS Honors Psychological Scientist for Fight Against Torture

The American Association for the Advancement of Science has awarded its 2015 Scientific Freedom and Responsibility Award to psychological scientist Jean Maria Arrigo. ... More>

Cover Story

Reaching Citizens Through Science

An Executive Order from President Obama represents a watershed event for psychological science and related disciplines. Under the directive, behavioral researchers will be at the forefront of helping policymakers test strategies aimed at persuading Americans to save for retirement, conserve energy, and much more. ... More>

Observer Article

Saving for Later by Saving Now

The Defense Finance and Accounting Service, the White House SBST, and university researchers worked together to design and test an email-based intervention aimed at boosting enrollment in the Thrift Savings Plan among members of the military. ... More>