Presidential Column

What’s in a Name?

Starting a column about APS changing its name with the famous question Juliet posed to Romeo in their eponymous play may seem a bit of a stretch, but I simply […]... More>


Photoshop Your Past

Altered photographs — a classic device of spies and repressive governments — can be used to manipulate perceptions of public events and shape people’s perceptions of history. What happens in […]... More>


Observation

Too Sexy for Your Shirt?

Men everywhere want to know: What makes a man attractive to women? Poor dears – they’re so confused. Sometimes women seem attracted to responsible, stable, wealthy men, men who might […]... More>


Observation

HIV/AIDS and Drug Use

The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) has launched a new public awareness campaign highlighting the link between the spread of HIV/AIDS and drug use. Today, there are about one […]... More>


Observation

Scientists Noted for Mental Mapping Win International Psychology Prize

How do people know where they are and how they got there? Two scientists whose pioneering research addressed those questions have earned the 2006 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award for […]... More>