Traffic Stops and Race: Police Conduct May Bend to Local Biases
New research covering tens of millions of U.S. traffic stops found that Black drivers were more likely than White drivers to be stopped by police in regions with a more racially biased White population.
Personality and Birth Cohort: Does the Decade Make a Difference?
The generation people are born in might predict their personality traits and how they change as they grow older, this research suggests.
Constellations Across Cultures
New research, as discussed by Charles Kemp and published in the journal Psychological Science, reveals that our visual processing system may explain the striking commonality of constellations across cultures.
The ‘Equal-Opportunity Jerk’ Defense: Rudeness Can Obfuscate Gender Bias
If a guy acts like a jerk to other men, he may seem less sexist than he actually is, according to new research in the journal Psychological Science.
Constellations Across Cultures: How Our Visual Systems Pick Out Patterns in the Night Sky
The Big Dipper, Orion, and the Pleiades are just a few of the many recognizable star patterns in the night sky. New research published in the journal Psychological Science reveals that our visual processing system may explain the striking commonality of constellations across cultures.
New Research in Psychological Science
A sample of research on incel activity on social media, the gender-equality paradox in chess, sources of regret, personality structure across nations, feedback and decision-making, early socioeconomic circumstances and physical activity in older adults, stopping actions, and mathematical ability.