Dedication Buffers Employees Against Boredom, Study Suggests
The time seems to crawl. Your motivation is nil. You feel like your talents are wasting away. You’re not alone. While a recent Gallup poll shows an uptick in job satisfaction, a major part of
What Autopilot Training Can Teach Carmakers and Drivers
The automotive industry needs to educate drivers on how to use the automated features in their cars, researchers say, a lesson the airline industry learned in the 1970s.
How Smartphones Are Affecting Our Relationships
The allure of smartphones, and their impact on our relationships, might be the result of our evolutionary history, researchers suggest.
How Psychological Science is Benefiting the World
Perspectives on Psychological Science highlights the many ways that psychology research is helping to cultivate a healthier, happier, and more sustainable world.
Newcombe, King Will Be New APS Journal Editors
APS Fellows Nora S. Newcombe and Laura A. King will become editors of Psychological Science in the Public Interest and Perspectives in Psychological Science.
Can Scientific Rigor and Creativity Coexist?
Will heightened standards for rigor and transparency quash the kind of inventive theories and predictions that have driven psychological science in the first place?