A sample of new research exploring hormones and externalizing behavior in adolescents, source information and working memory, language exposure and brain development, and the gender-equality paradox in STEM… More
How do we choose our friends? Beyond family ties, there has always been something of a mystery as to why… More
APS President Suparna Rajaram asks four internationally renowned psychological scientists, including APS Past President Henry L. (Roddy) Roediger, III, APS Board Member Dorthe Berntsen, APS Fellow Qi Wang, and Charan Ranganath, about the paths that led them to shape how we study and understand human memory… More
From word association to brain imaging, scientists have taken a variety of approaches to studying the human brain’s imperfect reproductions of the past, APS William James Fellow Daniel L. Schacter says… More
Have you ever had an argument because you disagree about the way something happened? You were both there, you saw… More
A look at the psychological scientists who led the development of multidisciplinary imaging centers outside of medical centers.