Psychological Science in the Public Interest (PSPI) is a supplement to Psychological Science published three times a year. Each issue contains an issue-length monograph presenting the current state of psychological research on a topic of pressing social or policy relevance. PSPI reports are authored by teams of experts representing the range of current opinion in the subject being reviewed, and thus are intended to represent the consensus of the field. Topics covered by PSPI reports include false confessions, the effects of media violence, sex differences in math and science achievement, and terrorism.
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