Teaching: What the Nose Knows / Attentional Control
New Research from Psychological Science
A sample of research on discounting past and future events, episodic recollection, and visual attention.
How to Tune Out Office Distractions
Multiple mechanisms contribute to our ability to tune out distractions in the workplace.
A Lost Secret: How To Get Kids To Pay Attention
Fifteen years ago, psychologists Barbara Rogoff and Maricela Correa-Chavez ran a simple experiment. They wanted to see how well kids pay attention — even if they don’t have to. They would bring two kids, between
New Research From Psychological Science
A sample of new research exploring cognitive factors in intergroup biases, object-based attention on social units, height and dominant behavior, and sameness as a natural concept.
To Focus Attention, Think On Your Feet, Not Your Seat
Standing may lead to quick thinking when taking on cognitively demanding tasks.