A new study will look at children in bilingual households and how their exposure to two languages affects their development as they age.
News Archive 2019
The decision to make the GRE optional is among Princeton’s efforts to attract and enroll a wider range of graduate students.
Researchers from the Princeton Baby Lab study how babies learn to see, talk and understand the world.
Her appointment paves the way for a new era of collaboration between the Department of Music and the Department of Psychology.
The Department of Psychology celebrates graduating seniors, honors recipients, and award winners at Class Day 2019.
Professor Alexander Todorov's research has been selected to receive Princeton funding through the Dean for Research Innovation Funds.
The award honors Princeton faculty members who are exemplary in supporting their graduate students as teachers, scholars, and professionals.
Avery has been named a grant recipient from the Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy for his work on bias in the law.
People think about their own mental states with more detail than the mental states of other people.
Gross revolutionized our understanding of sensory processing and pattern recognition.