Scientists and students rocked to hits from the 80s (and a couple of other decades) as APS celebrated its 25th anniversary at the special 25@25 Celebration and Concert.
The 80s-themed concert, which took place May 25 at the 25th APS Annual Convention in Washington, DC, featured an ensemble of top-notch musicians that included some leading psychological scientists!
The performers included recording artist Parthenon Huxley; bassist Anthony Wellington; former Black Eyed Peas guitarist and current Executive Editor for psychology at Worth Publishers, Keven Feyen.
Band members also included APS Past President Robert W. Levenson of the University of California, Berkeley; former music producer and best-selling author Daniel J. Levitin, who is James McGill Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience at McGill University; Peter Q. Pfordresher of the University of Buffalo, SUNY; and doctoral students Bianca Levy of McGill University and Laurel Krokstrom of the University of South Dakota.
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