Workplace Diversity Initiatives May Mask Discrimination

According to new research, workplace diversity initiatives might actually create a false sense of fairness, leading people to overlook lingering discrimination. More>

      

Preschoolers With Special Needs Benefit From Peers’ Strong Language Skills

Peers can impact a child’s language abilities, data suggest: Peers with strong language skills can boost their classmates’ abilities, while peers with weak skills may hold them back.

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New Research From Clinical Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring personality and fear learning, polygenic risk for externalizing disorders, and narrative exposure therapy as a treatment for aggression.

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Prentice Named Dean of Faculty at Princeton

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Deborah A. Prentice, an APS Fellow, began her tenure as dean of the faculty at Princeton University on July 1.

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Cultural Stereotypes May Evolve From Sharing Social Information

Like a huge game of "Telephone," cultural stereotypes may be an unintended but inevitable consequence of sharing social information, researchers find.

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More Breaks May Help You Go With the “Flow” at Work

Taking more time for breaks during the work day may actually improve work performance by increasing experiences of “flow,” according to new research.

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Sleep Deprivation May Increase Susceptibility to False Memories

Sleep-deprived people were more likely to "remember" having seen false details in photos they had viewed than were those who got a full night’s sleep, research shows.

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