Student Notebook

Champions of Psychology: Robert Levine

As part of our ongoing series with psychology’s leading professors, Robert Levine, California State University, Fresno, recently shared his advice for success and the challenges facing graduate students. Levine is […]... More>

Academic Observer

E-Mail Onslaught: What Can We Do?

A joke that is making the rounds: God bumps into Satan after not seeing her for many years. “Satan,” She says, “you have been lying low. Except for nuclear weapons, […]... More>

Observer Article

Everything Old Is New Again

APS Members have spoken. And they have, overwhelmingly, voted to change our name to the Association for Psychological Science. The new name went into effect January 1, 2006. A record […]... More>

Observer Article

Diversity in Teams: A Two-Edged Sword Requires Careful Handling

The world of work is changing. Increased globalization, greater workforce diversity (at least in North America), and the need to apply a wide variety of skills to increasingly complex jobs […]... More>

Observer Article

William James’ Shaky Sojourn in Stanford

When the developmental psychology team John and Eleanor Flavell came to Stanford in 1976, they rented a house that contained a dusty copy of The Letters of William James, edited […]... More>