The path to corrupt behavior may sometimes be a steep cliff instead of a slippery slope, according to new findings in Psychological Science… More
More than 950 scientists around the world — including at least 25 psychological and behavioral researchers — have offered space… More
The year 1988 marked some momentous beginnings: The first edition of Stephen Hawking’s landmark “A Brief History of Time” was… More
APS William James Fellow Steven A. Pinker provides a tour through recent research on the mechanics of common knowledge — and its centrality to everyday life… More
Featured articles: “Why Don’t Psychologists Know More About Childbirth?” and “People Need People: Why Close Relationships Predict Health”… More
APS Fellow Howard C. Nusbaum serves in a leadership position at the National Science Foundation. From this vantage point, he devotes a guest column to discussing how even the most robust science is still vulnerable to human error.