Psychological Science in the Public Interest (Volume 19, Number 1)
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Reading is a fundamental necessity for acquiring knowledge and many of the skills that facilitate social, cultural, and political engagement....
APS Fellow Usha Goswami has been named a recipient of the Yidan Prize for Education in recognition of her world-leading research on the importance of linguistic pattern recognition in reading acquisition.
In a new issue of Psychological Science in the Public Interest, researchers propose novel treatment strategies, based on advances in brain science, that could help prevent abuse of opioids and other drugs.
With $2.3 million from the National Institutes of Health, Emory University psychological scientist Rohan Palmer is searching for the genetic influences that leave some individuals particularly vulnerable to addiction.
Evocative labels such as “twisted citrus glazed carrots” and “ultimate chargrilled asparagus” can get people eat more vegetables than they otherwise would—as long as the food is prepared flavorfully, a nationwide study shows.
The feel of our heart beat, the rumble of an empty stomach, the pleasure of a deep breath. Interoception — the ability to perceive the internal state of our bodies — is central to our thoughts, emotions, decision-making, and sense of self.
2020 Award Recipients
Neil BurgessUniversity College London
Carol S. DweckStanford University
Susan A. GelmanUniversity of Michigan
Andrew N. MeltzoffUniversity of Washington
About the APS William James Fellow...