Mind Over Body
Researchers are delving into groundbreaking technologies to observe how modifying our bodies can also lead to profound changes in our sense of self, identity, and cognitive processes.
New Content From Perspectives on Psychological Science
A sample of articles on innocence, false confessions, and wrongful convictions, the psychological study of art and aesthetics, new ways of reducing prejudice, and a psychometric model of emotions.
A Neuroscientist Lays Out the Keys to Aging Well
As a neuroscientist, professor emeritus of psychology, musician and best-selling author, Daniel Levitin has extensively studied the brain and its impact on aging. His latest book, “Successful Aging,” explores the questions: what happens in the
Integrative research explores storytelling, metacognitive training, and exploring the “vuja de” as strategies for understanding and changing patterns of behavior.
Frontiers of Psychological Science: An Interview with Eveline Crone
An eminent psychological scientist and APS Fellow is now heading up behavioral science at one of the European Union’s largest science funders.
National Academy of Medicine Elects APS Fellow Ted Abel
APS Fellow Ted Abel of the University of Iowa is among four psychological scientists newly elected to the National Academy of Medicine.