The COVID-19 Pandemic: A Psychological Science Timeline
COVID-19 remains a reality around the world, but the pandemic itself has largely receded. We’ve created a timeline of some of the ways in which APS and psychological science more broadly have responded to COVID-19.
Up-and-Coming Voices: Informing Public Health Through Psychological Science
Previews of relevant research by students and early-career scientists.
Back Page: Singular Sensation
Clinical psychologist Dominika Ochnik discusses her research into singlehood and well-being, mental health risks among young people, and her plans to study associations between urbanization and mental health.
Truth, Lies, and the Consequences of Science Denial
What accounts for resistance to science-backed evidence and vulnerability to misinformation and conspiracy theories? Takeaways from an integrative science symposium at APS’s 2023 International Convention of Psychological Science.
The May/June Observer: Informing Public Health Through Psychological Science
From pandemics to poverty, from mental illness to science denial, sweeping public health challenges have engulfed the world. Psychological science could improve outcomes for millions.
New Content From Current Directions in Psychological Science
A sample of articles on threat-related perceptual decision making, metacognitive myopia, learning one’s own genetic susceptibility to mental disorders, brain reward circuits, and much more.