Cover Story

Keeping Science Moving in Tight Times

What does the economic turbulence of the last year mean for psychological scientists? As global markets shift and sway, colleges and universities across the globe are experiencing unprecedented economic uncertainty. […]... More>


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>


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>

Observer Article

Alloy and Abramson: Demystifying Bipolar Disorder

Lauren B. Alloy delivers her James McKeen Cattell Fellow Award Address. It was standing room only as Lauren B. Alloy of Temple University delivered her James McKeen Cattell Fellow Award […]... More>

Academic Observer

The Academic Observer: The Orphan Paper

I have been developing a concept that I cannot find in the literature on the sociology or psychology of science. However, when I describe the concept to any active researcher […]... More>