Remembering Walter Mischel (1930-2018)
Colleagues and friends celebrate the vast scholarly contributions, curiosity, energy, and warmth of the pioneering scientist and APS Past President.
Linda B. Smith, Robert Cialdini, and Gordon Logan Elected to National Academy of Sciences
The APS Fellows are among 125 newly elected members and foreign associates from across scientific disciplines.
Lonely young adults ‘in every kind of neighbourhood’
Academics from King’s College London found loneliness was an issue in urban as well as rural areas and in wealthy areas as well as deprived ones. They say loneliness is a particular problem among young
Ageism: A ‘Prevalent and Insidious’ Health Threat
It happened about a year ago. I stepped off the subway and spotted an ad on the station wall for a food delivery service. It read: “When you want a whole cake to yourself because
New Research From Clinical Psychological Science
A sample of research exploring pubertal timing and risk for psychopathology, probabilistic learning in generalized anxiety disorder, and links between psychopathology and cognitive ability in early childhood.
Do You Hate When Adults Ask You What You Want to Be When You Grow Up?
Has anyone ever asked you what you want to be when you grow up? Do you appreciate when adults ask the question and consider it a sign that they are interested in your life, hopes