Observer Article

Making Memories

Continuing an illustrious career as a memory researcher and advocate for scientific freedom, Grawemeyer Award winner Elizabeth Loftus is applying her work in new ways. In an episode of the […]... More>


Observer Article

The Case for Changing Our Name

At its December 2004 meeting, the APS Board of Directors was unanimous in its support for changing the Society’s name to the Association for Psychological Science. In keeping with our […]... More>


Observation

Observations

Nice Pair of Genes A study of twins by APS Fellow and Charter Member J. Philippe Rushton, University of Western Ontario, suggests that genes may have much more of an […]... More>


Letter/Observer Forum

Forum Letters

‘Tips’ Not Cutting Edge I DON’T UNDERSTAND THE purpose of the Observer column “Teaching Tips,” nor do I understand what segment of psychology teachers the feature targets. Maybe they are […]... More>


Teaching Tips

Teaching Biology in a Psychology Class

Admit it, you don’t like teaching biology in your psychology class. It’s not that it’s unimportant, but reading and talking about it can be so … well, not fun. Many […]... More>