Member Article

In Africa: Evaluating the Neuropsychological Effects of Cerebral Malaria in Ugandan Children

Michael J. Boivin (front, second from left) was a Fulbright scholar to the department of pediatrics at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda. Seen here at a farewell dinner with his […]... More>


Observer Article

Psign of the Times

Convocation participants at Yale on September 3, 2004. The President’s Room of Yale University is an elegant rotunda lined with stately portraits of many past presidents since Yale was founded […]... More>


Presidential Column

Patients and Impatience (Part II)

In last month’s column, I wrote about the National Institute of Mental Health’s, or NIMH’s, recent proposal to redirect a portion of its extramural research investment away from basic behavioral […]... More>


Observer Article

Views From the Top

Nothing better prepares you for top administrative positions in academia than working in psychological science, say those who have scaled the heights. And, among the accolades that may come, they […]... More>


Member Article

It’s Still a Rat Race: The Parallels Between Research and Administration

APS Past President Elizabeth D. Capaldi is vice chancellor and chief of staff of the State University of New York. It was self defense: I became department chair to prevent […]... More>