Psychological Science

Volume 20, Number 1 · January 2009

Research Articles
You Can't Always Get What You Want: Infants Understand Failed Goal-Directed Actions
Amanda C. Brandone and Henry M. Wellman

Confessions Corrupt Eyewitness Identifications
Lisa E. Hasel and Saul M. Kassin

The Irony of Harmony: Intergroup Contact Can Produce False Expectations for Equality
Tamar Saguy, Nicole Tausch, John F. Dovidio, and Felicia Pratto

The "Instrumentality" Heuristic: Why Metacognitive Difficulty Is Desirable During Goal Pursuit
Aparna A. Labroo and Sara Kim

Fear-Related Chemosignal Modulates Recognition of Fear in Ambiguous Facial Expressions
Wen Zhou and Denise Chen

Helpful Only in the Abstract?: Ironic Effects of Empathy in Intergroup Interaction
Jacquie D. Vorauer and Stacey J. Sasaki

The Role of Spatial Attention in Nonconscious Processing: A Comparison of Face and Nonface Stimuli
Matthew Finkbeiner and Romina Palermo

Recalling a Witnessed Event Increases Eyewitness Suggestibility: The Reversed Testing Effect
Jason C.K. Chan, Ayanna K. Thomas, and John B. Bulevich

Effects of Aging on Functional Connectivity of the Amygdala for Subsequent Memory of Negative Pictures: A Network Analysis of Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Data
Peggy L. St. Jacques, Florin Dolcos, and Roberto Cabeza

Driving Under the Influence (of Stress): Evidence of a Regional Increase in Impaired Driving and Traffic Fatalities After the September 11 Terrorist Attacks
Jenny C. Su, Alisia G.T.T. Tran, John G. Wirtz, Rita A. Langteau, and Alexander J. Rothman

Cognitive Mechanisms Underlying Recovered-Memory Experiences of Childhood Sexual Abuse
Elke Geraerts, D. Stephen Lindsay, Harald Merckelbach, Marko Jelicic, Linsey Raymaekers, Michelle M. Arnold, and Jonathan W. Schooler

The Effect of Construal Level on Subjective Probability Estimates
Cheryl Wakslak and Yaacov Trope

Divorce and Death: Forty Years of the Charleston Heart Study
David A. Sbarra and Paul J. Nietert

Signs of Socioeconomic Status: A Thin-Slicing Approach
Michael W. Kraus and Dacher Keltner

Research Reports
When You and I Share Perspectives: Pronouns Modulate Perspective Taking During Narrative Comprehension
Tad T. Brunye, Tali Ditman, Caroline R. Mahoney, Jason S. Augustyn, and Holly A. Taylor

Tonic Activity Level in the Right Prefrontal Cortex Predicts Individuals' Risk Taking
Lorena R.R. Gianotti, Daria Knoch, Pascal L. Faber, Dietrich Lehmann, Roberto D. Pascual-Marqui, Christa Diezi, Cornelia Schoch, Christoph Eisenegger, and Ernst Fehr

Synchrony and Cooperation
Scott S. Wiltermuth and Chip Heath

We Infer Rather Than Perceive the Moment We Decided to Act
William P. Banks and Eve A. Isham

The Ability to Judge the Romantic Interest of Others
Skyler S. Place, Peter M. Todd, Lars Penke, and Jens B. Asendorpf

Cognitive Constraints on How Economic Rewards Affect Cooperation
Ellen E. Furlong and John E. Opfer

Eye Movements and Visual Encoding During Scene Perception
Keith Rayner, Tim J. Smith, George L. Malcolm, and John M. Henderson

Short Reports
The Cost of Anchoring on Credit-Card Minimum Payments
Neil Stewart