Deficit or Development?
The impulsive behavior and decision making that characterize adolescence are
a developmental feature, not a bug, says APS Fellow BJ Casey.
Judy Garber to Deliver SSCP Distinguished Scientist Award Address at APS Annual Convention
The Society for the Science of a Clinical Psychology has named APS Fellow Judy Garber as the 2019 recipient of the SSCP Distinguished Scientist Award for her important contributions to clinical psychological science.
New Research From Clinical Psychological Science
A sample of research exploring personality and psychopathology, the relationship between attention and depression, and the influence of social anxiety on social behavior in competitive contexts.
EAMMi2: The Last Teaching Data Set Any Instructor Will Ever Need
A group of researchers is offering real data on emerging adulthood to statistics teachers and students.
Childhood Adversity Is Linked with Risky Health Behaviors and Negative Life Outcomes
Children often show remarkable resilience, but survey data shows that repeated exposure to adversity in childhood can have a significant impacts on health and well-being later in life.
Negative Emotions Are Murkier, Less Distinct in Adolescence
Data from participants ranging from 5 to 25 years old suggest that adolescents don’t distinguish between negative emotions as clearly as younger children and adults in their 20s do.