Research News

Researchers from the Princeton Baby Lab study how babies learn to see, talk and understand the world.

With a grant from the Schmidt fund, a team of psychology professors seek to build a powerful online research platform.

Princeton researchers have identified consistent shifts in vocal timbre between mothers speaking to their children.

New work from researchers including Casey Lew-Williams, Assistant Professor of Psychology.

Posted: August 2, 2017
Associate research scholar Chris Baldassano develops a method for identifying event structure in continuous narrative perception and memory.

Posted: June 28, 2017
New work from researchers, including Assistant Professor of Psychology, Diana Tamir, shows people are skilled at predicting others' future emotions.

Posted January 27, 2017
Premature babies don’t use sensory-prediction brain process that may be key to development.

Posted: December 14, 2016
Professor Tamir's project aims to reduce individuals' energy consumption with psychological interventions.

Featured in Discovery: Research at Princeton, Professors Eldar Shafir, Betsy Levy Paluck & Susan Fiske seek to inform public policy through the study of behavioral science.
Posted: November 11, 2016

Assistant Professor Alin Coman co-authors paper on mnemonic convergence in social networks.
Posted: September 8, 2016