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2013 APS Award Address: Diane F. Halpern

Our government is broken. Negativity toward Congress is at an all-time high, with hyperpartisanship as the new bigotry in the US. In this address, Halpern will use the lens of […]... More>


2013 APS Award Address: Elaine F. Walker

Research on the origins of serious mental illness has benefited greatly from advances in developmental neuroscience. With these advances, we now have a clearer picture of the complex interplay between […]... More>


APS 2013 Mentor Award: Michael T. Turvey

Michael T. Turvey, University of Connecticut, is best known for his pioneering work in ecological psychology and for applying a dynamic systems approach to the study of motor behavior. Elke […]... More>


2013 SRA and RISE Winners and Honorable Mentions

A complete list of the Student Research Award and RISE winners and honorable mentions for 2013. ... More>


Race/Ethnicity Moderates Associations Between Childhood Weight Status and Early Substance Use

Jennifer Duckworth, APSSC RISE Research Award Winner, shares her research on the role of race/ethnicity as a moderator of relationships between childhood weight status and substance use. ... More>