Visuospatial perspective (VSP) taking facilitates interactions not only by allowing us to account for whether someone can see an object but also how that object appears from their point of view. More
A sample of new research exploring the social effects of gossiping about deviance, sex differences in kids’ use of spatial language, and sample-size planning for accurate statistical power. More
A sample of new research exploring categorical coding of object features, making moral judgments in a foreign language, and the role of self-control in the magnitude effect. More
Suparna Rajaram is the new APS President. Susan Goldin-Meadow becomes Immediate Past President. Barbara G. Tversky becomes President-Elect, and Stacey Sinclair and Howard M. Weiss begin 3-year terms as Members-at-Large.
Visual acuity is thought to be dictated by the shape and condition of the eye but new findings suggest it may also be influenced by perceptual processes in the brain. More
A sample of new research exploring physical position as an impression-management strategy, the origins of ordered line representations, links between agency and intentional binding, and p-curve analyses of findings related to the ‘power pose.’ More