Moving our legs, hands, and other body parts shape our lives as we traverse our environments. Jessica Witt, Amy Cuddy, Susan Wagner Cook, and Ted Supalla share their research investigating how our bodies influence the way we see, feel, learn, and communicate. … More
Scientific American and the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University are teaming on an online workshop aimed… More
Psychological science has amassed mounds of research on romantic relationships, but a cross-cutting symposium explores research on other important relationships, including those between siblings, friends, and church members… More
In the Fred A. Kavli Keynote Address at the 29th APS Annual Convention, APS Fellow Lila R.Gleitman shared her six decades of theoretical and empirical work on the remarkably sophisticated way that children acquire language. See the complete presentation.
The Psychology Podcast: Today we have Alan Alda on the podcast! Alan has earned international recognition as an actor, writer… More
Citing the bridge between evolutionary psychology and cognitive science, University of Vienna scientist W. Tecumseh Fitch shows how studying our animal relatives fosters our understanding of human cognition… More