Other People Are Less Attention-Grabbing to the Wealthy

Findings from a series of three studies suggest that the degree to which other people divert your attention may depend on your social class. More>


School Principals Shape Students’ Values Via School Climate

Over time, students’ personal values become more similar to those of their school principal, according to data from 252 school principals, over 3600 teachers, and almost 50,000 students in Israel.


What Pigeons Can Teach Us About Multitasking

Unlike humans, who are notoriously inept at multitasking, new research shows that pigeons are capable of efficiently switching between two tasks without incurring “switch costs.”


Faced With Ambivalence, Powerful People Are Less Decisive Than Others

Although powerful people often tend to decide and act quickly, they become more indecisive than others when the decisions are toughest to make, a new study suggests.


Psychological Science Explores the Minds of Dogs  

A special issue of Current Directions in Psychological Science explores all that psychological scientists have learned about dog behavior and cognition in recent years.


New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring the relationship between emotion categories and neural representations of emotion and how language provides a code that closely maps onto body types.