Teaching Current Directions in Psychological Science
“How Psychological Science Can Influence Climate-Change Attitudes and Actions“
by David G. Myers and “Individual Differences in Navigating“ by Gil Einstein and Cindi May.
APS Fellow Carsten de Dreu Receives Spinoza Prize
The Spinoza Prize recognizes Carsten de Dreu’s groundbreaking research exploring conflict, negotiation, decision making, and innovation in groups.
New Research From Psychological Science
A sample of new research exploring the dynamics of iconic memory, linguistic cues and policy support, and antisocial punishment of cooperators.
What is Grammar’s Role in Conflict?
A new study shows just how critical word choice becomes in softening long-standing conflicts — including geopolitical clashes
How to Reconcile with a Romantic Partner
We’ve all done it: forgotten an anniversary, left a mess in the kitchen, said something unkind about our in-laws, or offended our partners in some other way, even if unintentionally. To get out of the
Why ‘Sorry’ Seems to Be the Hardest Word
Offenders may not apologize if they have little concern for the victim, if they perceive a threat to their positive self-image, or if they predict that their apology won’t be effective.