The New York Times: What, exactly, is the problem with hypocrisy? When someone condemns the behavior of others, why do… More
Studies led by researchers at VU Amsterdam suggest that the path to corrupt behavior may sometimes be a steep cliff instead of a slippery slope, contrary to popular belief… More
LiveScience: In negotiating, is a more precise opening offer always better? It might be — but it depends on the… More
A sample of new research exploring the role of hedonic behavior in risk perception and sexual attraction in cases of autopedophilia… More
Exposure to false information about an event usually makes it more difficult for people to recall the original details, but new research suggests that there may be times when misinformation actually boosts memory. … More
APS Fellow Howard C. Nusbaum serves in a leadership position at the National Science Foundation. From this vantage point, he devotes a guest column to discussing how even the most robust science is still vulnerable to human error.