Psychoacoustics Pioneer Lois Lawrence Elliott (1931-1995)

The American Psychological Society has lost a supportive and productive member. Lois Elliott succumbed to a stroke in her home in Wilmette, Illinois, and died subsequently on October I. Born […]... More>


'Good-bye Teacher…' Fred S. Keller (1899-1996)

Frederick Simpson Keller was born in upstate New York and grew up there and in Florida. After serving in Europe with the US Army in WWI, Keller prepared for college […]... More>

Teaching Tips

Using Evolution By Natural Selection as an Integrative Theme in Psychology Courses

Many who teach the introductory course bemoan the enormous breadth and diversity of our field. How, we ask, can we present psychology in an organized fashion, not as just a […]... More>

NSF Opens a Door

Approximately 900 Graduate and Minority Graduate Fellowships were announced in March by the National Science Foundation (NSF). This year, a small but significant change in the eligibility guidelines gave a […]... More>

The APS Internet Connection: APS Website Receives "Three-Star" Rating and 5,000 Hits a Day!

The APS internet homepage has received a three-star ranking from the world-known independent Magellan rating service. Magellan raters assign world-wide web sites up to 10 points on each of three […]... More>