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Teaser: The benefits of interventions—actions or policies intended to elicit a change in a person’s life—may either be lasting or fade over time. A review of hundreds of prior studies provides guidance on which educational interventions are most likely to create lasting effects. Comprehensive...
The Role of Attentional Control in Cognitive Deficits Associated With Chronic PainHazel K. Godfrey, Amy T. Walsh, Ronald Fischer, and Gina M. GrimshawChronic pain has been associated with cognitive deficits that in turn have been attributed to reduced attentional control involving everyday tasks,...
I am pleased to announce that the Board of Directors has selected Robert E. Gropp, Ph.D., as the next APS Executive Director, effective November 16. Rob’s career spans 26 years of experience with scientific societies, on Capitol Hill, with government agencies, and in academia. Rob comes to APS from...
Roomba sales are soaring, suggesting that millions of people trust the robotic vacuums’ room-navigation algorithms and powerful suction power to keep their floors clean. Similarly, few computer users object to the statistical models and other algorithms that help us conduct web searches, see...

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