Annual Convention 2012

Convention Video Blog: Violence Exposure During Childhood Is Associated With Telomere Erosion

The cameras are rolling at the APS 24th Annual Convention in Chicago, Illinois. Idan Shalev of Duke University presented his research “Violence Exposure During Childhood Is Associated With Telomere Erosion: A Longitudinal Study” at Poster Session V on Friday May 25. Idan Shalev Duke University Terrie E. Moffitt Duke University More

Convention Video Blog: When Chaos Comes Home

The cameras are rolling at the APS 24th Annual Convention in Chicago, Illinois.  Alexander P. Kempe of Metropolitan State University presented his research “When Chaos Comes Home” at Poster Session I on Thursday, May 24. Alexander P. Kempe Metropolitan State University Kasandra Danielson Metropolitan State University Kerry S. Kleyman Metropolitan More

Growing Over Showing in Math Education

In case you missed it, the cameras were rolling at the APS 23rd Annual Convention in Washington, DC. Watch Matthew G. Mandelbaum from Fordham University present his poster session research on “Mastery, Need for Cognition, and Self-Efficacy Promote Long-Term Math Achievement in Adolescent Females.” Mandelbaum’s research shows that “growing” is More

HPA Activation Leads to Sex Differences in Spatial Attention

In case you missed it, the cameras were rolling at the APS 23rd Annual Convention in Washington, DC. Watch Melissa VanderKaay Tomasulo from St. Michael’s College present her poster session research. Stressors in your life, such as navigating traffic or doing a public presentation, activate two main biological stress systems More