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APS Student and Early-Career Webinar Series

This free series focuses on networking, peer review, online research, and more. Recordings of all five webinars in the series are available online.

Podcasts and Audio Content

Subscribe to APS’s official podcast, Under the Cortex, on Podbean and Apple Podcasts. Keep up with this growing collection of conversations with psychological scientists.

The Mystery of Playing With Fear (Podcast)

New research shines a haunting light on the mind-body connection between fear and fun. An interview with Marc Malmdorf Andersen and Mathias Clasen, Aarhus University

Recalling Fake News May Help You Remember the Truth

Thinking back on a time you encountered false information or “fake news” may prime your brain to better recall truthful memories.

Research Topic: Hope

Psychological science offers a variety of reasons to be hopeful about the well-being of individuals and societies worldwide.


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