John Clemans Flanagan Pioneering Psychologist (1916-1996)

John C. Flanagan’s more than 60 years of leadership and educational research leave an invaluable legacy to behavioral scientists, especially to those who work in organized settings. He laid plans […]... More>


Donald T. Campbell Social Psychologist and Scholar (1916-1996)

Donald T. Campbell died on May 6, 1996, in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, of complications following surgery. Known throughout the social sciences for his methodological and epistemological contributions, Don Campbell was a […]... More>

Teaching Tips

On Critical Thinking

Several years ago some teaching colleagues were talking about the real value of teaching psychology students to think critically. After some heated discussion, the last word was had by a […]... More>

Agency Officials Meet With APS Board

As is customary, the APS Board of Directors met for a day and a half prior to the Society’s convention in San Francisco, with APS President Richard A. Thompson chairing […]... More>

Research Agencies Are a Conventional Presence

As in past years, the 1996 APS convention was the place for representatives of federal research agencies to see and be seen. They gave invited addresses, they visited with the […]... More>