Group norms influence individual self-control in children
Those participants who were told their group members were patient ended up waiting almost twice as long for a second marshmallow as the others
Preregistration Becoming the Norm in Psychological Science
Psychological researchers are preregistering studies at unprecedented and accelerating rates, setting a model for improving scientific practices.
Update on AMPPS: APS’s Newest Journal to Feature a Range of Empirical Articles and Topical Issues in Research Methods
The new APS journal devoted to research methods and practices is receiving a steady flow of submissions and has already accepted a number of papers for publication.
Taking Responsibility for Our Field’s Reputation
To put it bluntly, academic psychology’s public reputation seems to be in free fall. When the press coverage of the “replicability crisis” in psychological science first began a few years ago, reporters generally broached the
Multilab Replication Project Examines Cooperation Under Time Pressure
A large-scale replication effort aimed to reproduce a 2012 study showing that people forced to decide quickly contributed more to a communal pot than did those who had to wait before deciding.
Research Preregistration 101
Psychological Science Editor in Chief D. Stephen Lindsay, Clinical Psychological Science Editor Scott O. Lilienfeld, and APS Fellow Daniel J. Simons explain the rationale for and benefits of preregistration, for researchers and for the field of psychological science at large.