Observer Article

In Hard Times, NIH Reviews Peer Review

When he was president of Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson concluded that it was easier to move a cemetery than it was to change a college curriculum. The same might be […]... More>


Presidential Column

Opportunities for Psychological Scientists at the National Institute on Aging

In prior columns, I have discussed the centrality of psychological science as a hub discipline, the rise in collaborative and interdisciplinary science, and the important role psychological scientists have to […]... More>


Teaching Tips

Teaching Students to Work Well in Groups

At the beginning of a market research project, 79 percent of students chose to participate in a group project rather than complete a similar one alone (Ryan & Ogilvie, 2005). […]... More>