Presidential Column

Start Spreading the Science: Setting the Stage for a New Kind of Convention

Welcome back to the excitement of a new academic year. I always find September refreshing, not only for the set of new and bright faces peering around each new corner, […]... More>


Student Notebook

Champions of Psychology: Stephen J. Ceci

In an ongoing series in which APS Student Caucus talks with leading professors, Stephen J. Ceci shares his advice for success amid the challenges facing graduate students. An APS Fellow, […]... More>


Observer Article

Commentaries on Undergraduate Research Participation

Engaging Research Participants The nagging thought that ran through my head as I prepared to run my first study with undergraduate participants was “I sure hope they do a better […]... More>


Student Notebook

When Graduate and Undergraduate Students Collaborate — Everybody Wins!

Many psychology training programs have a strong research emphasis. There are multiple demands on graduate students and they must conduct research while also managing coursework, teaching duties, and any applied […]... More>


Cover Story

How Random is That?

Compared to the hard rock of empirical methods, 18- to 20-year-old college students are a wet marsh of spontaneous behavior and malleable minds. In 1971, notable personality researcher Rae Carlson […]... More>