Psychological Science in the Public Interest
Psychological Science in the Public Interest (PSPI) is a unique journal featuring comprehensive and compelling reviews of issues that are of direct relevance to the general public. These reviews are written by blue ribbon teams of specialists representing a range of viewpoints, and are intended to assess the current state-of-the-science with regard to the topic. Among other things, PSPI reports have challenged the validity of the Rorschach and other projective tests; have explored how to keep the aging brain sharp; and have documented problems with the current state of clinical psychology. PSPI reports are regularly featured in Scientific American Mind and are typically covered in a variety of other major media outlets.
Download (PDF) an overview of Psychological Science in the Public Interest by Stephen J. Ceci and Robert A. Bjork.
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|Current Volume:||14 (2013)|
|Frequency:||3 issues per year|