Sound-Shape Associations Depend on Early Visual Experiences
Data from individuals with different types of severe visual impairment suggest that the associations we make between sounds and shapes — a “smooth” b or a “spiky” k — may form during a sensitive period of visual development in early childhood.
Augmented-Reality Technology Could Help Treat ‘Lazy Eye’
Wearable augmented-reality technology may help reduce interocular imbalance as people go about everyday activities.
The Challenges of Driving While Dyslexic
Street signs are almost as old as roads themselves. Evidence for road signs goes at least as far back as ancient Rome, where milestones along roads were inscribed with information to help travelers navigating their
APS Honors Golinkoff and Hirsh-Pasek for Lifetime Contributions to Psychological Science
APS Fellows Roberta M. Golinkoff (University of Delaware) and Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek (Temple University) will receive the 2015 APS James McKeen Cattell Fellow Award for their collaborative research on language, literacy, education, and spatial development. Golinkoff
James McKeen Cattell Fund Fellowships Awarded
The 2014–2015 James McKeen Cattell Fund Fellowships have been awarded to Ara Norenzayan, Ione Fine, and Todd A. Kahan. Presented in partnership with APS, the Fellowships allow recipients to extend their sabbatical periods from one
New Research From Psychological Science
Read about the latest research published in Psychological Science: Brief Periods of Auditory Perceptual Training Can Determine the Sensory Targets of Speech Motor Learning Daniel R. Lametti, Sonia A. Krol, Douglas M. Shiller, and David J.