Breakthroughs in Brussels: Researchers Share New Integrative Science at ICPS 2023
“Human behavior is at the heart of so many global challenges involving behavior change,” said Susan Michie at ICPS 2023. And at the heart of “preventing and getting out of them.”
Reducing Biases in the Graduate School Admissions Process
During the Inclusivity Spotlight discussion at the 2022 APS Annual Convention, three social scientists who are thought leaders in the area of diversity, equity, and inclusion in higher education shared research-based perspectives on and potential solutions to bias in the graduate admissions process.
Recent highlights from APS journals articles on assessing allegations of harm, relationship well-being surrounding infidelity, the link between sleep and aggression, and much more.
New Research in Psychological Science
A sample of research on racial bias in police traffic stops, hypothesis testing, learning about the self, motivating growth by feeling discomfort, habits, stereotypes, and visual search.
Video: Commemorating Women’s History Month with Psychological Science
In observance of the 2022 celebration, APS has collected and summarized flash talks from our 2021 Virtual Convention that discuss the effects of systemic sexism, gender stereotypes, and discrimination against women to reiterate the need for gender equality and acceptance.
Storybooks Could Be an Early Source of Gender Stereotypes for Children
Reading to children offers many benefits. A new study reveals, however, that popular storybooks are an underrecognized source of gender stereotypes, and children’s books often contain stronger gender biases than texts for adults.