Listening to Music Near Bedtime Could Lure Sleep-Disrupting ‘Earworms’
Earworms can sometimes interject themselves into our dreams, where they can negatively impact our quality of sleep.
Persistent Stereotypes Falsely Link Women’s Self-Esteem to Their Sex Lives
New research finds no significant correlation between a woman’s sexual behavior and her self-esteem.
New Research in Psychological Science
A sample of research on the development of liking gaps, memory for similar events, personality traits and health, empathy bias, context and risky choice, forecasting of relationship support, gender stereotypes of sexual behavior, and happiness and social interactions.
New Research From Clinical Psychological Science
A sample of research on alcohol-facilitated aggression, burnout and depression, therapy components, and symptoms and models of psychopathology.
Expert Panel: Policing and Racism, Insights from Psychological Science
On May 21, APS convened a panel of experts on policing and racism. Here is a video and transcript of that event.
New Research Highlights Distinctions in White Audience Associations of ‘Black’ and ‘African American’ Label
A new series of studies to be published by Psychological Science show that White Americans associate the label “Blacks” with being targets of racial bias more than the label “African Americans.”