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Cognitive Costs of Crossing the Street Increase with Age

Age-related declines in perceptual, motor, and cognitive skills can make crossing busy streets particularly dangerous for seniors. ... More>


How Did Humans Learn to Count? Baboons May Offer Clues

Learning to count comes early in human life and new research suggests that the cognitive underpinnings of this ability can be found in some of our close cousins: baboons. ... More>


Storing Information In Other People’s Heads


New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring: folk explanations of behavior; exposure to collective trauma and responses to acute stress; and dual-hormone changes and bargaining performance. ... More>