The future looks bright for the field of psychological science. The Observer presents the 2013 class of movers and shakers, young luminaries who are propelling science into new directions. This marks the first of a multi-part series, so you can look forward to reading about more stars throughout the spring.
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APS honors individuals in a number of ways. APS Fellows, the James McKeen Cattell and William James Awards recognize lifetime achievement, while the Janet Taylor Spence Award recognizes those who have made significant contributions to psychological science early in their career. Additionally the APS Student Caucus presents awards annually for research by Student Affiliates. Learn more
The APS Student Caucus is a community where the student affiliates of APS can connect with each other on topics relating to psychological science. APS student affiliates receive "E-News" each month including information for potential funding sources, award applications, events, opportunities for service, and vitae building. Learn more
APS supports teachers of psychology in a number of ways including the APS-STP Teaching Institute, the monthly Teaching Tips Column in Observer, and our popular Lessons Learned book series. And, the APS Fund for Teaching and Public Understanding of Psychological Science provides small grants for projects that enhance teaching in psychological science. Learn more
Your contributions to the Campaign for Advancing Psychological Science supports APS as a strong, effective voice for psychological scientists and allows APS to continue enhancing the public’s understanding of behavioral science. Recently contributions helped APS lead a boost for basic behavioral science at the U.S. National Institutes of Health. Contribute Now