New Research in Psychological Science
A sample of research on testing deprivation and threat, eye movement in toddlers, cognitive change before old age, flavor sensing in utero, how sounds alter the contents of visual perception, placebo analgesia, and much more.
The Way We View Growing Older Can Influence How We Age
What does getting older mean to you? Being over the hill or raring to climb the next one? Believe it or not what you think about ageing can make quite a difference not only to
Michigan Summer Program in Cognition & Early Development
The 10-week program will run remotely from June 1st to August 6th, 2021.
Were French People Born to Speak French?
Linguistic anthropologists have observed that people all over the world perceive languages, and speakers of those different languages, as fundamentally different from one another. When people listen to others’ speech, they hear discrete categorical boundaries
Schooling Is Critical for Cognitive Health Throughout Life
Education provides little protection against the onset of cognitive declines but can boost the cognitive skills. [August 10, 2020]
New Content From Current Directions in Psychological Science
A sample of articles on infant cognition, desire for food and drink, an approach to overcome the limitations of single studies with a small number of participants, and the relationship between decision making and intelligence.