Volume 2

  • No. 11 November 2023

    In this Review, Bonanno et al. describe multiple outcome trajectories following adversity and consider how the different components of regulatory flexibility can promote resilience.

  • No. 10 October 2023

    In this Review, Muraki et al. discuss how studying individuals with an inability to form mental images can provide insight into the relationship between mental imagery and the mental simulations involved in embodied cognition.

  • No. 9 September 2023

    In this Review, Melis and Raihani consider the cognitive challenges of cooperation in human and non-human animals.

  • No. 8 August 2023

    In this Review, Tamè and Longo discuss updates to the classical principles of somatosensation that reflect emerging patterns and complexities in how touch is represented.

  • No. 7 July 2023

    In this Review, Skinner-Dorkenoo and colleagues consider how systemic factors contribute to individual-level racial biases and vice versa.Skinner-Dorkenoo and colleagues

  • No. 6 June 2023

    In this Review, Singh and Mehr find evidence for universality of emotional and behavioural responses to music.

  • No. 5 May 2023

    In this Perspective, Acuff et al. propose an extension to the reinforcer pathology model of addiction that highlights the critical role of alternative reinforcers in addiction motivation.

  • No. 4 April 2023

    In this Perspective, Benedek et al. integrate memory research within existing creativity theorizing to provide a framework for how creative ideas arise.

  • No. 3 March 2023

    In this Review, Flayelle et al. formulate a theory-driven taxonomy that explains how design features of online applications might lead to problematic usage patterns based on reinforcement learning and behavioural control theories.

  • No. 2 February 2023

    Complex spatial cognition supports seemingly simple actions like picking up a coffee mug. In this Review, Fiehler and Karimpur discuss the spatial coding underlying such actions and suggest that research should integrate across spatial scales.

  • No. 1 January 2023

    In this Review, Luhmann et al. summarize empirical findings on differences in the prevalence of loneliness across time and space and consider macro-level factors that might account for these differences.