Observer Article

Classical Blunders

Don’t believe everything you read, not even in the classics, cautions Linda Bartoshuk of Yale. “The books aren’t always right,” says the APS Board Member. “I don’t think I learned […]... More>


Student Notebook

Waking Up: Using Mindfulness Meditation in Graduate School

For the last two years, I have been asleep. Not in the literal sense of sleeping, but in the sense of acting automatically, forever attending to the past or what […]... More>


Observer Article

‘Unforgettable’ Classics: Classic Psychology Texts Stand the Test of Time

What makes a text a classic? Members of the American Psychological Society Board of Directors were asked about their favorite psychology classics. APS Members are invited to share their psychology […]... More>


Observer Article

Congress Passes ’03 Budget as Bush’s ’04 Arrives

The White House released its budget proposal for fiscal year 2004 in early February. Problem was, Congress hadn’t quite finished the 2003 budget. The situation was ameliorated when Congress approved […]... More>


Presidential Column

The Two Social Psychologies

Continuing our series on boundary-crossing science, professor Douglas Massey, former president of the American Sociological Association and current chair of the sociology department at the University of Pennsylvania, writes about […]... More>