In This Issue: Reproducibility Project Named a "Breakthrough of the Year" - Plus More Topics...
A meta-analysis of data gathered from nearly 25,000 pairs of twins and siblings suggests genetic influence on intelligence varies according to social class in the US, but not in Western Europe or Australia. Learn More...
A team of researchers from Australia and Scotland has found that certain facial characteristics can lead to significant boosts in salary. Learn More...
A major attempt to replicate 100 papers published in top-tier psychology journals has been recognized by the journal Science as a top scientific achievement of 2015Learn More...
Terrorist attacks on major cities such as Paris and London are dramatic events that sway public and political opinion. Psychological research shows whose attitudes those events affect most and in what way. Learn More...
The researcher responsible for one of the most famous experiments in psychological science has been honored in the US with the National Medal of Science for his groundbreaking studies on learning, education, and childhood development. Learn More...
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology
Editor: Marc Brysbaert
The ability to crowdsource data from large groups and the rise of Big Data have helped advance many different areas of psychological research. The field of psycholinguistics -- the study of the psychology behind the acquisition, use, production, and comprehension of language -- is one of those areas. Such is the importance of Big Data to the field that it was the subject of a special issue, edited by Emmanuel Keuleers (Ghent University, Belgium) and APS Fellow David A. Balota (Washington University in St. Louis, USA) and published in a 2015 issue of The Quarterly Journal of Experimental PsychologyLearn More...
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