The Discrimination Tax
The Cost of Racial Bias in Economic Decisions
The Marketplace in Your Brain
How the Brain Views Race
When Memory Committs an Injustice
The Certainty of Memory Has Its Day in Court
Scientists Debate Benefits of Memory-Enhancing Drugs
The Science Studio: A conversation with Elizabeth Phelps at the One Mind for Research Symposium
Psychologists Find Unintentional Racial Biases May Affect Economic and Trust Decisions
Can You Alter Your Memory?
Study Suggests Methods and Timing to Treat Fears
Erasing Fears by Thinking About Them
Ancient Brain Circuits Light Up so We Can Judge People on First Impressions
Mixing Psychology and Politics
Train Your Mind, Kick Your Craving
Letter to the Editor: Politics and the Brain
Boo! Scientists Help Us Cope with Fear
This is Your Brain on Optimism
Duped: Can Brain Scans Uncover Lies?
A Conversation about Neurolaw
Watching the Brain Lie: Can fMRI Replace the Polygraph?
The Brain on the Stand
Who Should Read Your Mind?
Actions Speak Louder than Images
From Freud to the Mysteries of the Human Brain
New York University Launches 9/11 Memory Database
How, but Not Why, the Brain Distinguishes Race
Liz Phelps elected incoming President of the Association of Psychological Science
Catherine Hartley receives James McKeen Cattell Award for Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation, Honorable Mention
Laura Palazzolo receives Dean's Undergraduate Research Conference 2012 Best Panel Award
Emma Ferneyhough receives Douglas and Katherine Fryer Thesis Fellowship in Psychology
Jeffrey Hamilton receives Doris Aaronson Award for Outstanding Departmental Honors Thesis
Jeffrey Hamilton receives Best Poster in the NYU Undergraduate Research Conference