Presidential Column

Academic Career Values and Choices: Two Perspectives

Two contributions that follow in this issue — speaking clearly but in very different voices and emerging from contrasting professional and life stages — provide distinctive but complementary perspectives on […]... More>

Observer Article

The Galton Whistle

In the mid-1800s, Sir Francis Galton was presented with a dilemma. He wanted to test hearing ability for higher frequencies but did not have a piece of equipment to adequately […]... More>

Psychological Science Around the World

Chance Meets Choice on the Path to Autonomy: Psychology at the University of Minho, Portugal

As Albert Bandura once pointed out, “in a chance encounter the separate chains of events have their own causal determinants, but their intersection occurs fortuitously rather than through deliberate plan” […]... More>

Observer Article

PCSAS Outreach

As Executive Director of PCSAS (Psychological Clinical Science Accreditation System), I have been conducting an active outreach campaign on two main fronts: federal recognition and support of this new accreditation […]... More>

Observer Article

Psychological Clinical Science and Accreditation: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

A single, unified scientist-practitioner clinical psychology training model, forged 60 years ago at a conference Boulder, Colorado, tweaked and tattered over the decades, has now been torn asunder. In its […]... More>