New Content From Perspectives on Psychological Science
A sample of articles on women in psychological science, behavior regulation, political slant of research, culture in the study of brain and development, updating beliefs and mental health, and the science of virtue.
New Research in Psychological Science
A sample of research on reward effects on pain discrimination, delay of gratification, alcohol use, equity in college courses, spatial hearing in blind people, spatial navigation, effects of repetition on illusions of truth, and selective attention.
Friendly and Open Societies Supercharged the Early Spread of COVID-19
The case to “flatten the curve” is bolstered by new data showing a connection between social openness and the initial rapid spread of COVID-19.
Persistent Problems and Modest Successes: First-ever Review of Gender Parity Within Psychological Science
Gender gaps for women in psychological science are closing, yet some remain, and more work is needed.
People with Blindness Have Refined Spatial Hearing
Does loss of sight enhance a person’s sense of hearing? New research supports this commonly held belief in one intriguing way: by testing blind people’s ability to navigate their surroundings. [September 15, 2020]
New Content From Current Directions in Psychological Science
A sample of articles on intolerance, social-structure learning, personality change, learned preferences, effects of teachers’ instructional language, and collective emotions.