Special Fashion Supplement - Happy April Fools

Who Wore It Best?

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It's that time of year again! Freudian tweed is so last century, and lengthy lab coats are so last semester. APS has the inside scoop on what’s hot and what’s not for the office, lecture hall and lab. But who best represents APS fashion and flare? We let you decide who best embodies spring 2011 psychological fashion.... More>


Special Fashion Supplement - Happy April Fools

Science on the Runway

How models (unknowingly) rock psychological science on the runway. From power posing and the spotlight effect to pride and brand separation anxiety, there is more science behind fashion then you would think.... More>


Special Fashion Supplement - Happy April Fools

Convention Wear

Everyone knows the Annual Convention is more than an opportunity to learn about psychological science. Sure there’s the Presidential Symposium, hundreds of posters and zillions of speakers, but what it all comes down to is lookin’ good for the Presidential Reception.... More>


Student Notebook

Student Notebook News ;-)

In today’s changing world of experimental psychology, people who participate in research studies are provided with a bounty of privileges. They enjoy the benefits of knowing the details of each experiment before they get involved, and they even receive payment or credit for classes in exchange for their participation. However, if a subset of experimental participants has their way, all of this might be about to change.... More>


Observation

‘Memory, Like Liberty, Is a Fragile Thing’

APS Past President Elizabeth Loftus is this year’s recipient of the Scientific Freedom and Responsibility Award from the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) for her pioneering research on human memory, which has had a profound impact on the administration of justice in the United States and abroad.... More>