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Read about the latest research published in Psychological Science: Is There a Chastity Belt on Perception?  Jessica K. Witt, Nathan L. Tenhundfeld, Michael J. Tymoski    Research has suggested that people’s ability to perform an action influences their spatial perception — something...
APS has served as a leader in promoting replicability and reproducibility in psychological science. Below is an inventory of selected APS activities related to these areas of scientific rigor. Journal Policies and Programs  Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science (AMPPS). APS’s...
The degree of polarization in American society has become impossible to ignore. People don’t just disagree with one another about politics, guns, taxes, and freedom of speech; they also disrespect those with whom they disagree. Consider what happens when you enter “gun advocates are” into Google....
Some of the most fascinating research happens on the edges of disciplines. When materials science overlaps with entomology, a clothing company can make a hat out of spider silk, grown in vats of yeast. When public health and anthropology overlap, one researcher can transform life in a whole refugee...

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