New Content From Perspectives on Psychological Science
A sample of articles on bodily postures, contemplative psychology, mirror neurons, deception-detection experiments, culture and development, the importance of small effects, health behaviors and mental illness, signal detection and fake news, and what makes a sports champion.
Horse Brain and the Human Brain
APS’s Charles Blue talks with APS Founding Member Dr. Janet Jones, author of the book Horse Brain, Human Brain.
Downward Head Tilt Can Make People Seem More Dominant
We draw social inferences from not only facial features but from the position of the head itself, research shows.
Why Anthropomorphism Is Not a Scientific Sin
APS Fellow Frans B. M. de Waal says that parallels in animal and human behaviors can deepen our understanding of our own emotions.
New Research From Psychological Science
A sample of new research exploring how we think about our interests, language and visual consciousness, and nonverbal behavior in close relationships.
In battle for nonverbal dominance at U.S.-Russia summit, Putin was the clear winner, experts say
Carrie Keating was almost slack-jawed with amazement by the end of President Trump’s news conference with Russian leader Vladimir Putin Monday. Keating has studied the nonverbal gestures of politicians for three decades, but she found