New Content From Perspectives on Psychological Science
A sample of articles on understanding how people attribute inequality, differences in visuospatial perspective taking, global diversity across psychological science, reasoning, altruism, racism, religion, and much more.
Podcast Collection: Eight Early-Career Researchers on Their Inspirations, Methods, and Goals
The full collection of podcast interviews with recipients of the 2022 APS Janet Taylor Spence Award for Early Career Contributions.
Back Page: Structural Stigma and the Health of Marginalized Communities
Katie Wang discusses methods to address the damaging effects of social oppression and structural stigma on marginalized communities.
Neoliberalism Has Poisoned Our Minds, Study Finds
The dominance of neoliberalism is turning societies against income equality. At least, that’s according to a study published Tuesday in Perspectives on Psychological Science. A team of researchers at New York University and the American University
Careers Up Close: Sarah Townsend on Teaching New Theories of Difference
This University of Southern California professor uses a cultural psychological approach to discover solutions to inequality.