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Even Hands-Free Devices are Dangerously Distracting

It can take up to 27 seconds for drivers to regain full attention after using a hands-free device to make a call or change the music. ... More>

Observer Article

Rotten Reviews

An editor once described a manuscript by Past APS Board Member Stephen J. Ceci as “developmental juvenilia.” A reviewer once told APS Past President Morton Ann Gernsbacher that publishing her submission would be “dangerous.” These and other leading scientists in psychology share their weirdest and harshest rejections from journal editors and job recruiters, showing that even the field’s leading figures aren’t immune to brutal critiques. ... More>

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Walter Mischel and Collaborators Receive 2015 Golden Goose Award

APS Past President Walter Mischel, APS Fellow Yuichi Shoda, and Philip Peake have been recognized for their ground-breaking research on the nature of self-control. ... More>

Richeson, Behrmann Cohen, Dell, and Baillargeon Elected to NAS

APS Past Board Member Jennifer A. Richeson and three APS Fellows have been elected to the National Academy of Sciences. ... More>

Jennifer Richeson Named Guggenheim Fellow

APS Fellow Jennifer Richeson has been selected as a 2015 Guggenheim fellow in recognition of her innovative research examining psychological phenomena related to cultural diversity. ... More>