Special Episode I: APS 2023 Spence Awardees on Fresh Starts, Time Perception, and the Well-being of Black Families
Riana Elyse Anderson, Ed O’Brien, and Hengchen Dai discuss how to study and improve the well-being and functioning of Black families, the importance of time in how people perceive progress, and how fresh starts can feel motivating.
Back Page: The Executive Whisperer
Constance Dierickx discusses her work as an advisor to boards and senior executives in high-stakes leadership situations and her experiences helping psychologists learn how to be consultants.
Back Page: Dumb (but Useful) AI, Smart Teams, and the Promise of Predictive Analytics
Steven W. J. Kozlowski discusses his research at the Advanced Research on Complex Adaptive Systems project and how computational modeling can help explain what we observe in the real world.
Implicit-Bias Remedies: Treating Discriminatory Bias as a Public-Health Problem
A report on on public-health strategies that have been successful in reducing implicit bias and accompanying discrimination.
New Research in Psychological Science
A sample of research on beliefs and information search, power holders and bribes, attitudes, children and choice, food judgments, gratitude, attitudes toward sexual assault, metacognition, and masculinity-contest cultures in organizations.
Policy Statements on the Effects of Media Overlook Scientific Complexity
Organizations and associations have issued statements about the effects of media exposure, but many such statements do not accurately reflect the available scientific evidence, researchers find.