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Volume 31, Issue10December, 2018
Digital Edition

Brains and Bacteria

What’s in our guts can affect what’s on our minds. Psychological scientists and microbiologists collaborate to explore the relationships among gut microbes, mood, behavior, and the immune system. … More

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Volume 31, Issue10December, 2018

Digital Edition

  • Leveraging Learning Principles Online

    APS Past President Morton Ann Gernsbacher designs her online psychology courses
    to encourage students to engage with content more deeply than they might in traditional college classes… More

  • The Social Defense

    Through lab experiments and field studies with survivors of historic wildfires, APS James McKeen Cattell Fellow Richard A. Bryant has demonstrated the power of relationships and community to temper psychological trauma. … More

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The Mind-Body-Environment Connection

In a guest column, renowned architecture critic Sarah Williams Goldhagen applauds psychological science for fostering new understanding about the links between our surroundings and our health, well-being, and development… More