New Research From Clinical Psychological Science
A sample of research exploring: equanimity and mindfulness training; episodic memory, culture, and well-being; and environmental sensitivity as a predictor of intervention response.
Memory, Science, and a Supreme Court Nomination
Memory researchers provide scientific perspectives on the assault allegations facing a US Supreme Court nominee.
Myth: Eyewitness Testimony is the Best Kind of Evidence
Activities in this unit reveal how eyewitness testimony is subject to unconscious memory distortions and biases even among the most confident of witnesses.
Many People’s Earliest Memories May Be Fictional
In a large survey of people’s first memories, nearly 40% of participants reported a first memory that is likely to be fictional.
A Grand Memory Tour
In a wide-ranging look at memory, psychological scientists Henry “Roddy” Roediger, III, Dorthe Berntsen, Qi Wang, and Charan Ranganath reveal how brain circuitry, situational cues, culture, and shared experiences influence our recollections.
Imagining a Positive Outcome Biases Subsequent Memories
Results from two studies suggest that imagining an upcoming event may ‘color’ memory for that event after the fact.