Student Notebook

Recruiting and Retaining a Quality Research Team

A quality research team is essential to conducting psychological research. While it is certainly possible to hand out surveys yourself, often research is far too complex for independent data collection. […]... More>


Observer Article

The Golden Fleece Award: Love’s Labours Almost Lost

In 1975, I and two of my colleagues at the University of Wisconsin, Mary Utne O’Brien and Jane Traupmann Pillemer, were collaborating on a major research program. We were attempting […]... More>


Observer Article

What We Can Do

The Golden Fleece is a thing of the past, but the threat to our field that his Award represented is very much alive. Many in the executive and legislative branches […]... More>


Observer Article

The Miller’s Tale

George Miller, the man who launched the cognitive revolution, traces his scientific pedigree back to genesis. No, not that Genesis; the genesis of experimental psychology. The APS Fellow and Charter […]... More>


Cover Story

All That’s Gold Does Not Glitter

Keenly targeted to a popular press that was eager for stories of government malfeasance, the Golden Fleece helped catapult Senator William Proxmire onto the national scene. In the process, it […]... More>