NIH has released an enormous dataset of high-quality baseline data on a large sample of 9-and-10-year-old children, including basic participant demographics, assessments of physical and mental health, substance use, culture and environment, neurocognition, tabulated structural and functional neuroimaging data, and minimally processed brain images, as well as biological data such as pubertal hormones… More
APS Fellow Stefan G. Hofmann, a professor of psychology at Boston University (BU), has received the Alexander Von Humboldt Foundation… More
A sample of new research exploring various aspects of visual perception, including processing of symmetrical objects, origins of automatic imitation, and perceiving the gist of a scene… More
From word association to brain imaging, scientists have taken a variety of approaches to studying the human brain’s imperfect reproductions of the past, APS William James Fellow Daniel L. Schacter says… More
The shocking behavior of high-profile men now embroiled in sexual harassment scandals may be explained in part from psychological studies showing a link between power and a dampened capacity for empathy… More
A look at the psychological scientists who led the development of multidisciplinary imaging centers outside of medical centers.