International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS)

Integrative Approach Strengthens Developmental Research

Traditionally, researchers in different fields have banded together, leading to ever-evolving but separate lines of work. However, there is now an increasing awareness that much can be learned by combining knowledge across a wide range of psychological and biological disciplines. This new focus on integrative work is especially evident in More

Bimbi con tempo meno strutturato più in grado di raggiungere obiettivi (Children with Less Time Structure are More Likely to Reach Goals)

La Stampa: I bambini che trascorrono il proprio tempo in maniera meno strutturata, dal giocare all’aria aperta da soli al leggere libri fino al visitare uno zoo, saranno più in grado di raggiungere i propri obiettivi, secondo un nuovo studio della University of Colorado pubblicato su Frontiers in Psychology. Al contrario More

In Defense of Brain Imaging

National Geographic: Brain imaging has fared pretty well in its three decades of existence, all in all. A quick search of the PubMed database for one of the most popular methods, functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), yields some 22,000 studies.  In 2010 the federal government promised $40 million for the Human Connectome Project More