What You Know Changes What and How You See
Can what we know about an object change the way we see it? Dick Dubbelde speaks about how quickly and how well we process different objects.
Hearing is Believing: Sounds Can Alter Our Visual Perception
Audio cues can not only help us to recognize objects more quickly but can even alter our visual perception. That is, pair birdsong with a bird and we see a bird—but replace that birdsong with a squirrel’s chatter, and we’re not quite so sure what we’re looking at.
New Research in Psychological Science
A sample of research on testing deprivation and threat, eye movement in toddlers, cognitive change before old age, flavor sensing in utero, how sounds alter the contents of visual perception, placebo analgesia, and much more.
Recent highlights from APS journals articles on work identity, investigating the cross-category affect, graduate training, cross-cultural generalizability, and much more.
New Content From Perspectives on Psychological Science
A sample of articles on effort, the origins of disease, control and attention, the predictive mind, digital parenting, psychopathology models, spatial representations, and more.
New Content From Current Directions in Psychological Science
A sample of articles on computational models and psychological measurement, clinical applications of digital technologies, infants’ everyday experiences, trajectories of anxiety and depression, language acquisition, a new way of studying psychopathology, group-based control, binocular rivalry, and aging and digital technology use.