New Content From Perspectives on Psychological Science
A sample of articles on construct validation, regulation of thoughts and behaviors, cognitive-intervention research, psychopathology and “better-safe-than-sorry” processing, differences in status, power, and self-esteem, and visuospatial short-term memory.
New Content From Current Directions in Psychological Science
A sample of articles on intelligence and mental speed, the link between sexualization and objectification, socioeconomic disparities in education, education and reasoning ability, the connection between social status and health, collective emotions, and the risk for depression.
Does Our High School Popularity Affect Us Today?
Psychologist Mitch Prinstein talks about why we are biologically programmed to care about what others think of us, why teenagers first become addicted to popularity, and why being “cool” in high school may be bad
The Paradox of Diversity
The study of people’s reactions to shifts in national demographics illuminates the broad psychological, social, and political implications of growing diversity across the world, says social psychologist Jennifer Richeson.
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.
Why People Are Obsessed With the Royals, According to Psychologists
By now, you likely know that Prince William and Kate Middleton had their third child, Louis, who joins older siblings George and Charlotte. You likely also know that Prince Harry is set to marry American