Trump’s Tweets: Telling Truth From Fiction From the Words He Used
Sometimes the words we choose say more than we intend. New research on a fact-checked collection of tweets from former president Donald Trump uncovered telltale word choices when he was being deliberately misleading. [Video Included]
New Research From Clinical Psychological Science
A sample of research on craving and smoking, obsessive compulsive symptoms, morality and refugees, emotional reactivity and depression, climate change and children’s mental health, psychopathy, traumatic memories, and mental health during COVID-19.
New Research in Psychological Science
A sample of research on information search and choice, intergroup conflict, tactile action, attention and visual search, face learning, noise and anchoring effects, children books and gender, and the impact of teacher mindsets on growth-mindset interventions.
Haunted-House Experience Scares Up Interesting Insights on the Body’s Reaction to Threats
Dilated pupils, sweating, and a rapid heartbeat are some of the physiological responses that people experience when faced with a threatening situation. New research used the immersive experience of a haunted house to reveal that these responses differ depending on the social context and other factors.
New Content From Perspectives on Psychological Science
A sample of articles on person perception, heritability of intelligence, values in psychometrics, race conversations in U.S. families, risk, how to study relationships and health, and scientific progress in psychological science.
New Content From Current Directions in Psychological Science
A sample of articles on how animals learn, sexual- and gender-minority mental health, acculturation and immigration, emotion in social learning, stigma and treatment success, motor performance and learning, prosocial behavior, and social networking and well-being.