A sample of research exploring the suspicious-coincidence effect in word learning and factors that influence how we judge whether sentences are grammatically correct… More
Data from a longitudinal study show that age-related declines in abstract reasoning ability predict increasing depressive symptoms in subsequent years… More
A sample of research exploring links between income inequality and psychological health and ethical free riding… More
Hershey’s thinks you’ll feel better about eating a thin Reese’s Cup. You’ll probably just eat (and buy) more.
When Hershey’s debuted a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup that will be 40 percent thinner than the original, the company said… More
APS Past President Elizabeth A. Phelps, along with Daniel T. Gilbert, Lynn Nadel, and Janet F. Werker, are recognized for lifetime achievement in the basic science of psychology. … More
Interventions to reduce unwanted behaviors often focus on retraining people’s mental associations, but showing people the consequences of the behaviors may be more effective… More