On the occasion of APS’s 25th anniversary, we’re inviting you to contribute your thoughts about the state of psychological science today compared to what was happening in the field back in the late 1980s and early 1990s when APS was just getting started.
Examples of “contemporary advances that would surprise the ’89ers [the attendees of first APS Annual Convention]” are included in Daniel Cervone’s January 2013 Observer Cover Story “Our Silver and Golden Age.”
“If you attended the first APS convention, pulled a Rip Van Winkle, and came back in 2013, what advances would you find truly surprising rather than merely incremental?” asks Cervone. Here’s your chance to answer that question and share your thoughts on the recent past, present, and future of psychological science.
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