What Scientists Know—And Don’t Know—About Sexual Orientation

In a comprehensive new report, a team of researchers bring the latest science to bear on questions about the prevalence, causes, and consequences of non-heterosexual orientations. More>

      

New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring toddlers' learning using contingent video and memory processes as a means of "accelerating" attention.

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Turbulent Teen Years Linked to Adult Unemployment

A new longitudinal study of over 7,000 people finds a link between emotional distress in adolescence and increased risk of unemployment in adulthood.

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Seeing the Benefits of Failure Shapes Kids’ Beliefs About Intelligence

Parents’ beliefs about whether failure is a good or a bad thing guide how their children think about their own intelligence.

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How to Give Workers a (Better) Break

New research from Baylor University identifies two key factors that can help employees make the most of their workday breaks.

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Kavli HUMAN Project to Host Town Hall Meeting in Chicago

Psychological science now has its own answer to the Human Genome Project: the Kavli HUMAN Project.

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Does Frequent Sex Lead to Better Relationships? Depends on How You Ask

Newlyweds who have frequent sex don’t report being more satisfied with their relationships than those who have less sex, but their automatic behavioral responses tell a different story.

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