APS Journals

Social Pain Hurts Too

Most doctors don’t recommend Tylenol for a broken heart or a supportive friend for a headache. But an article published by Janet Taylor Spence Award recipient Naomi I. Eisenberger in the February 2012 edition of Current Directions in Psychological Science shows there is a growing body of evidence that social More

APS Journals February Reading List

Current Directions Those who play nice as kids have better-quality romances. http://cdp.sagepub.com/content/20/6/355.full Current Directions People may believe men are from Mars and women are from Venus, but research says they’re more similar than we think. http://cdp.sagepub.com/content/20/5/296.full Psychological Science Bacterial smells make people more likely to want to use a condom More

APS Journals at Convention

Leading Researchers Discuss Current Directions in Schizophrenia In a special pre-convention event, five distinguished researchers came together to discuss the latest research on schizophrenia, a debilitating mental disorder that affects millions of people worldwide. Though each of the researchers examined a different facet of the disease, all five, all five More