Observer Article

Psychologists in Non-Traditional Academic Departments

Isn’t That Spatial: Where Psychology and Geography Intersect By Reginald G. Golledge Rather than being a psychologist employed in a non-traditional discipline, I am a “behavioral geographer” located in a […]... More>

In Appreciation: John B. Carroll

Brilliant Contributor Julian C. Stanley I first met John Bissell (Jack) Carroll in the spring of 1949. He was coming that fall to the Harvard Graduate School of Education as […]... More>

Student Notebook

Applying to Doctoral Graduate Programs: Should You Get a Master’s First?

Ask any university faculty member about graduate school and most will give the advice that if a doctoral degree is your goal, you should apply directly to doctoral programs instead […]... More>

Observer Article

In Sickness or in Wealth

The rich get richer, those in the middle drift downstream, and the poor fall farther behind. Might that widening gulf of inequality in the world’s wealthiest nation be responsible, at […]... More>

Observer Article

Holland Takes Interdisciplinary International

When Daniel Holland, a psychology professor at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, set out to examine the role non-governmental organizations play in the health care infrastructure of post-communist […]... More>