The Common Cold May Be a Traffic Hazard

New research suggests that driving with the sniffles may be hazardous to your safety, and the safety of others. More>

      

In Hiring, Resume Info Could Help Employers Predict Who Will Quit

A new study finds that information already included in most job applications and resumes could help predict which applicants are likely to quit a new job sooner.

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Children’s Drawings May Indicate Later Intelligence

Data collected from 15,000 children suggest that how children draw a child when they're 4 years old may indicate their intelligence a full 10 years later at age 14.

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Visual ‘Gist’ Helps Us Figure Out Where a Crowd Is Looking

We can tell where a group of people is looking, after a fraction of a second, by perceiving the group as a single entity rather than a collection of individuals.

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Conference to Focus on Milgram Paradigm

A December 2014 Conference in Kolomna, Russia will focus on Stanley Milgram's influential experiments.

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Current Directions in Psychological Science

Read about the latest issue of Current Directions in Psychological Science.

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Visual Exposure Predicts Infants’ Ability to Follow Another’s Gaze

Gaze following typically emerges in infancy, and new research looking at preterm infants suggests that it’s visual experience, not maturational age, that underlies this critical ability.

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