Training to Wisely Navigate Social Conflicts
People are able to approach social conflicts more wisely if they have trained themselves in advance by practicing a distanced self-talk technique, referring to themselves with third-person pronouns such as “she” or “they” rather than the first-person pronouns of “me” or “I.”
Seven Psychological Scientists Receive 2021 APS Janet Taylor Spence Award for Transformative Early-Career Contributions
Seven psychological scientists have been selected as the recipients of the 2021 APS Janet Taylor Spence Award.
Depression and Stress Could Dampen Efficacy of COVID-19 Vaccines: news release, video, and podcast
Hypnotic Suggestions Can Make a Complex Task Easy by Helping Vision Fill in the Blanks
New research demonstrates that hypnosis can turn a normally difficult visual task into a far easier one.
APS Research Topic covers issues related to voting, political traits, cognition, and biases.
How Depression and Stress Could Dampen Efficacy of COVID-19 Vaccines
Health behaviors and emotional stressors can alter the body’s ability to develop an immune response to vaccines, including—potentially—the new COVID-19 vaccines.