Psychonomic Bulletin & Review

The journal Psychonomic Bulletin & Review provides coverage spanning a broad spectrum of topics in all areas of experimental psychology, intended for a general readership. The journal is primarily dedicated to the publication of theory and review articles and brief reports of outstanding experimental work. Areas of coverage include attention and perception, cognitive psychology, psycholinguistics, behavioral and cognitive neuroscience, memory, comparative psychology, social cognition, and cognitive development. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review is a publication of the Psychonomic Society.

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Psychology & Psychiatry

Don't make major decisions on an empty stomach, research suggests

We all know that food shopping when hungry is a bad idea but new research from the University of Dundee suggests that people might want to avoid making any important decisions about the future on an empty stomach.

Genetics

Rosin up that bow, maestro: And thank your genes

Mom or dad may have driven you to cello rehearsal all those years, but you can also thank your genes for pushing you to practice, according to new research led by a Michigan State University professor.

Psychology & Psychiatry

Psychology researchers extend knowledge of visual misperception

Using abstract images instead of real photographs, University of Georgia researchers are one step closer to understanding visual misperceptions and discovering just why people experience a phenomenon known as boundary extension.

Psychology & Psychiatry

Missing the radiological forest for the trees

There's a classic video demonstrating how our brains process information and allocate attention in which people bounce and pass basketballs and the viewer is asked to count the passes.

Psychology & Psychiatry

Can pursuing happiness make you unhappy?

People generally like to feel happy, but achieving a state of happiness takes time and effort. Researchers have now found that people who pursue happiness often feel like they do not have enough time in the day, and this ...

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