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Volume 32, Issue8October, 2019
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Interoception: How We Understand Our Body’s Inner Sensations

The feel of our heart beat, the rumble of an empty stomach, the pleasure of a deep breath. Interoception — the ability to perceive the internal state of our bodies — is central to our thoughts, emotions, decision-making, and sense of self. More

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It’s in the Genes

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Hacking the APS Convention

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Universal Design for Inclusive Science

Individuals with disabilities are often excluded from research participant pools. Psychological researcher Nazanin M. Heydarian highlights some resources that can enhance accessibility and inclusiveness in lab experiments. More