How Beliefs Shape Effort and Learning
If it was easy to learn, it will be easy to remember. Psychological scientists have maintained that nearly everyone uses this simple rule to assess their own learning. Now a study published in an upcoming
APS Grant Supports International Conference on Psychology Education
Contributions from Shirley Zhang, Fiona White, Judi Homewood, Jo Milne-Home, Nida Denson,Victor Karandeshev, Sherri McCarthy, Annie Trapp, Steve Provost, Frances Martin, Lucy Zinkiewicz, and Jo Earl Psychological literacy was among the hot topics at the
What’s Your Biggest Regret?
The New York Times: We all have regrets, but new research suggests the most common regret among American adults involves a lost romantic opportunity. Researchers at Northwestern University and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Are the Wealthiest Countries the Smartest Countries?
U.S. News & World Report: It’s not just how free the market is. Some economists are looking at another factor that determines how much a country’s economy flourishes: how smart its people are. For a
THE 34th ANNUAL NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON THE TEACHING OF PSYCHOLOGY
NITOP January 2012: There Is Still Time to Register Registration is still open as of Novermber 15, 2011, for the 34th Annual National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology, January 3-6, 2012, at the TradeWinds
New Research From Psychological Science
Independent Allocation of Attention to Eye and Hand Targets in Coordinated Eye-Hand Movements Donatas Jonikatis and Heiner Deubel When a person reaches for an object, he or she will often look where they reach. But