Obituary

I/O Statesman and Pillar Charles Paul Sparks 1915-1995

On October 16, 1995, having fought the good fight, having lived 80 years, having finished his course, and having kept the faith, Charles Paul Sparks, psychologist, mentor, father, and friend, […]... More>


Teaching Tips

Cheating: Preventing and Dealing with Academic Dishonesty

Someday it will happen to you. A student will turn in such an excellent, well-written paper that you seriously doubt its authenticity. Or, during a test, you will look up […]... More>


Update on APS's Home on the Web

The APS world-wide-web site continues to develop and grow, and now is a good time for another update, since the September 1995 Observer review of the APS Internet home page. […]... More>


Member Profile: Internet Without Angst: APS Member John Krantz Maintains Tidy APS Home on Web

“Internet is a huge resource but it’s incredibly disorganized, with everyone doing their own thing,” said John Krantz, assistant professor of Psychology at Hanover College. “So I thought it would […]... More>


Consensus on Pain and Insomnia

Representatives from medicine and psychology endorsed a biopsychosocial approach for treating pain and insomnia over the traditionally used biomedical model at a recent consensus conference held at the National Institutes […]... More>