Collected Research on War, Conflict, and Authoritarianism
Research on war, conflict, and authoritarianism published in various APS journals between 2008 and 2020.
New Content From Perspectives on Psychological Science
A sample of articles on nudge influence, voting age, relationship chemistry, morality in war, happiness, and the dual- and single- process models debate.
What is Grammar’s Role in Conflict?
A new study shows just how critical word choice becomes in softening long-standing conflicts — including geopolitical clashes
In war zones and refugee camps, researchers are putting resilience interventions to the test
n 2015, in the name of science, more than 800 teenage boys and girls in northern Jordan each allowed 100 strands of hair to be snipped from the crowns of their heads. Roughly half the
The Roots of Religion
Psychological scientist Jacqueline S. Mattis and other researchers explain the psychological and cultural foundations of spiritual beliefs and practices.
Surprising Authors of Psychological Studies
When we think of famous psychological scientists, names like Tim Duncan, Albert Einstein, and the Dalai Lama don’t typically come to mind. The field of psychological science is expansive and popular among researchers and universities