New Research in Psychological Science
A sample of research on temporal construal effects, severe developmental dyscalculia, cognitive fitness in older adults, how choice boosts curiosity, and much more.
People Blame and Judge Parents for Children’s Heavier Weights
The big idea Americans stigmatize parents of heavier children, specifically blaming them for their children’s weights, according to experiments conducted by our team of psychologists. The more a person views parents as responsible for a child’s excess weight, the more
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.
Up-and-Coming Voices: Combating Stereotypes and Bias
Previews of research by students and early-career scientists related to combating stereotypes and bias.
New Research From Clinical Psychological Science
A sample of research on food-related behavior, worry and rumination, combat situations and antisocial predisposition, nonsuicidal self-injury, nonverbal synchrony and psychotherapy alliance, choice strategies and anxiety, doubt and obsessive compulsive symptoms, and emotional experiences in major depressive disorder.
New Research From Psychological Science
A sample of research exploring perceived weight discrimination and physiological dysregulation, fear conditioning, motor-memory consolidation, and infants’ learning to reach to the self.