New Research From Clinical Psychological Science
A sample of new research exploring trauma narrative fragmentation in posttraumatic stress disorder, positivity offset in schizophrenia, stress and emotionally neutral memories, and interpersonal dysfunction in borderline personality disorder.
Radboud University Researchers Win First Memrise Prize
The online learning community Memrise, in collaboration with researchers at the University College London, announced a $10,000 prize to be awarded to the research team that developed the best system for quickly learning, and retaining, foreign language vocabulary words.
Eyewitness Confidence Can Predict Accuracy of Identifications, Researchers Find
A new report challenges the perception that eyewitness memory is inherently fallible, finding that eyewitness confidence can indicate the accuracy of identifications made under “pristine” conditions.
Teaching Current Directions in Psychological Science
Aimed at integrating cutting-edge psychological science into the classroom, Teaching Current Directions in Psychological Science offers advice and how-to guidance about teaching a particular area of research or topic in psychological science that has been
Why it’s so Hard to Remember People’s Names
Research shows that the ability to learn and remember proper names, particularly people’s names, is notoriously more difficult relative to other types of words.
SEP Gives Lifetime Achievement Awards to F. Gregory Ashby, Mary (“Molly”) Potter
The Society for Experimental Psychologists (SEP) has given honors to seven APS Fellows, including two who are recipients of lifetime achievement awards. APS Fellow F. Gregory Ashby has been awarded the 2017 Howard Crosby Warren