Presidential Column

Spicing Up Psychological Science

I was once asked to explain why I love being a psychologist. First, I don’t think there is a better way to be trained in science. The difficulties of studying […]... More>


Observation

APS Member Receives Presidential Early Career Award

Rawson APS Member Katherine A. Rawson, Kent State University, has been given the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers, which recognizes promising scientists at the beginning of their […]... More>


Observation

On the Newsstand

Your Brain Thinks Money Is a Drug NPR, August 7, 2009 If you’ve ever thought of money as a drug, you may be more right than you know. New research […]... More>


Observation

New APS Award Recognizes Early Career Achievement

Recently established by the APS Board of Directors, the Janet Taylor Spence Early Career Award will recognize transformative contributions to psychological science by rising stars in the field. APS Past […]... More>


Observation

Staying Sharp: Researchers Discuss the Aging Brain

Robert Wilson speaking as Arthur Kramer looks on at the joint APS and National Institute of Aging press conference. Do you remember where you put your keys? How about what […]... More>