Race Masks Health-Disparity Complexity
There are considerable health disparities in American society that seem to be tied to race. White people, for instance, live many years longer on average than African Americans. In his keynote address at the 24th
24th APS Annual Convention in Pictures
With a record number of attendees, this year’s APS Convention in Chicago was a hit! Relive your convention memories and check out some of the pictures from our 24th Annual Convention on our Facebook page.
Let the Games Begin! Will Olympians Choke Under Pressure?
Paying too much attention can hurt athletic performance — researchers are finding ways to prevent athletes from ‘choking’ when it matters.
Geraldine Dawson – New Directions in Early Detection and Intervention in Autism
Recent prospective studies of infants at risk for autism spectrum disorders (ASD) have provided insights into very early development in autism and allowed clinicians to develop new screening tools for identifying infants at risk
The Roots of Religious Behavior
In the beginning of the 20th century, William James delivered a series of lectures that eventually became The Varieties of Religious Experience: A Study in Human Nature. In it, James grappled with notions of the
Improving intelligence has preoccupied society since French psychologist Alfred Binet devised the first IQ test. Since then, the notion that intelligence can be calibrated has opened new avenues into figuring out how it can also