Psychological scientists have built thriving research careers outside the traditional boundaries of university psychology and behavioral science departments, including dentistry, optometry, engineering, music, fashion, and even physics. In a special feature, some of these researchers discuss their unconventional academic career paths and the scientific perspectives they bring to these various fields.
APS President Susan Goldin-Meadow addresses the question of how a key feature of research transparency will affect scientific exploration and discovery. More>
In addition to Susan Goldin-Meadow beginning her 1-year term as President, Suparna Rajaram (pictured) becomes President-Elect. C. Randy Gallistel transitions to Immediate Past President, while APS Fellow Deanna M. Barch… More>
Psychological Science Editor in Chief D. Stephen Lindsay discusses his plans for APS's flagship journal. More>
As he caps 4 years as Founding Editor of Clinical Psychological Science, Alan Kazdin talks about the courage it took for APS to launch the one-of-a-kind journal. More>
Psychological scientists don’t typically describe brain areas as fickle, two-faced, or agreeable, but APS William James Fellow Richard B. Ivry explains why he ascribes a specific personality trait to the… More>