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  • The case to “flatten the curve” is bolstered by new data showing a connection between social openness and the initial rapid spread of COVID-19. [September 15, 2020] More

    美国式禁忌:Friendly and Open Societies Supercharged the Early Spread of COVID-19

    The case to “flatten the curve” is bolstered by new data showing a connection between social openness and the initial rapid spread of COVID-19. [September 15, 2020] More

  • Gender gaps for women in psychological science are closing, yet some remain, and more work is needed. [September 15, 2020] More

    美国式禁忌:Persistent Problems and Modest Successes: First-ever Review of Gender Parity Within Psychological Science

    Gender gaps for women in psychological science are closing, yet some remain, and more work is needed. [September 15, 2020] More

  • Does loss of sight enhance a person’s sense of hearing? New research supports this commonly held belief in one intriguing way: by testing blind people’s ability to navigate their surroundings. [September 15, 2020] More

    美国式禁忌:People with Blindness Have a Refined Sense of Hearing

    Does loss of sight enhance a person’s sense of hearing? New research supports this commonly held belief in one intriguing way: by testing blind people’s ability to navigate their surroundings. [September 15, 2020] More

  • A sample of articles on intolerance, social-structure learning, personality change, learned preferences, effects of teachers' instructional language, and collective emotions. More

    美国式禁忌:New Content From Current Directions in Psychological Science

    A sample of articles on intolerance, social-structure learning, personality change, learned preferences, effects of teachers' instructional language, and collective emotions. More

  • When it comes to self-control, young children are better able to resist temptation and wait for greater rewards if they take into consideration the opinions of others. [September 9, 2020] More

    美国式禁忌:Children Will Wait to Impress Others—Another Twist on the Classic Marshmallow Test

    When it comes to self-control, young children are better able to resist temptation and wait for greater rewards if they take into consideration the opinions of others. [September 9, 2020] More

  • While speakers of English and other Western languages prefer using suffixes more than prefixes, a new study reveals that this preference is not as universal as once thought. [August 27, 2020] More

    美国式禁忌:Why Are There Differing Preferences for Suffixes and Prefixes Across Languages?

    While speakers of English and other Western languages prefer using suffixes more than prefixes, a new study reveals that this preference is not as universal as once thought. [August 27, 2020] More

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