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Fatal Attraction

In the Wake of 9/11 The Psychology of Terror By Tom Pyszczynski, Sheldon Solomon, and Jeff Greenberg “Republican leaders said yesterday that they would repeatedly remind the nation of the […]... More>


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Global Impact: How International Collaborations Strengthen Science

Peter Glick didn’t expect his unassuming Ambivalent Sexism Inventory to become an international sensation. But soon after he published the questionnaire in 1995 (with APS Past President Susan Fiske), researchers […]... More>


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Living and Learning: Splitting Time Between Studying and Making Memories

The Fulbright Program provides grants for students, scholars, professionals, and teachers to travel and study around the world. Sponsored by the US government, the program is designed to “increase mutual […]... More>


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Home Sweet Home?

The Fulbright Program provides grants for students, scholars, professionals, and teachers to travel and study around the world. Sponsored by the US government, the program is designed to “increase mutual […]... More>


In Appreciation: Leo Joseph Postman

Organized by Ruth H. Maki Texas Tech University Postman Leo Joseph Postman, professor emeritus of psychology at the University of California, Berkeley, died on April 22, 2004, of heart failure […]... More>