New Content from Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science
A sample of articles on ego-centered social networks, bilingual infants and infant-directed speech, Type I error, estimating effect sizes, and linear mixed-effects in R.
New Content From Current Directions in Psychological Science
A sample of articles on mobile eye-tracking to study behavior in real-world environments, a framework for understanding cooperation, the construction of social networks, dynamic personality structures, and personalized computational models of reading acquisition and dyslexia.
How Age Magnifies Experience: Deconstructing Cross-Cultural Differences in Aging
In exploring aging societies around the world, psychological scientists find significant variability in social relationships and family structures, individuals’ needs and expectations, and potential solutions for maintaining quality of life. Declining fertility rates and each country’s unique situational context point to the need for flexibility with regard to policy development related to aging.