APS Journals in the News

Written in the Stars: How Humans Pick Out Constellations

  • Astronomy
  • 04/13/2022
Research from Psychological Science

Do We Need Hugs to Be Happy? I Don’t.

  • The Wall Street Journal
  • 04/13/2022
Research from Psychological Science

The Questionable Compatibility of Introverts and Extroverts

  • Discover
  • 03/28/2022
Research from Psychological ScienceFeaturing: Todd Kashdan

How White Victimhood Fuels Republican Politics

  • Five Thirty Eight
  • 03/22/2022
Research from Perspectives on Psychological ScienceFeaturing: Neil Lewis Jr.

Think You Can Be Anything You Want to Be? Science Says No--Unless You Want to Be an Entrepreneur

  • Inc
  • 01/19/2022
Research from Perspectives on Psychological Science

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