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Volume 33, Issue5May/June, 2020
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Human Behavior in the Time of COVID-19: Learning from Psychological Science

Highlights of APS’s recent outreach efforts to broadly share what psychological science says about epidemics and how human behavior might mitigate the spread of COVID-19. More

Research Briefs

Research highlights from APS journals. More

MTurk Workers Are More Depressed—But “Bots” and Demographic Differences Inflate the Data

MTurk participants have been found to experience major depression at higher rates than the general population, but these studies may require more stringent data-filtering procedures. More

Worrying About Worry: Some Types of Neuroticism May Promote Greater Health Vigilance

Individuals who report more feelings of vulnerability may have better physical health. More

Social Anxiety May Hinder Ability to Mirror Body Language

Attempting to conceal anxiety may hinder individuals nonverbal communication, increasing instances of social rejection. More

Physically Aggressive People Spot Anger in Ambiguity

Aggression appears to relate to superior anger-identification abilities. More

APS Fellow Alison Gopnik Named Guggenheim Fellow

Alison Gopnik, an APS Fellow who is recognized internationally for her study of children’s learning and development, has been selected as a 2020 Guggenheim Fellow. More

For Work-Family Balance, Give Policy a Personal Touch

Informal social support is essential for helping employees maintain work-family balance without facing professional consequences. More

Psychological Science and the European Research Council

APS Members highlight the influence of ERC funding to the psychological science research process. More

Psychological Scientists Receive Prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

The US National Science Foundation has included 231 early-career psychological scientists among the recipients of its Graduate Research Fellowship Program. More

Teaching Current Directions in Psychological Science

Even Dumbledore Made Bad Decisions: Decision-Making Competence is More Than Intelligence By Cindi May and Michael Scullin.
Teaching Social Psychology Under the Coronavirus By David G. Myers. More

Student Notebook: Managing Productivity in the Time of COVID-19

Advice on how to shift gears and stay productive during graduate training. More

Back Page: From Antarctica to Mars

Pedro Marques Quinteiro studies how teams work in space-analogue situations to predict and improve future work in space stations. More

Much More Online

Featuring articles on grant policy changes related to COVID-19, entrepreneurship, and other resources. More

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