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Presidential Column

APS and Open Science: Music to Our Ears

How is the long path to open science similar to the trajectory of a classic rock band? In this guest presidential column, APS Executive Director Emeritus Alan G. Kraut looks Behind the Music of research transparency and reproducibility. ... More>

Observer Article

A Brief History of Psychological Science

It’s been an eventful quarter century at Psychological Science. A year-long commemoration of the journal’s silver anniversary concludes with a look back at major milestones, including the launch of an online submissions system and changes to publication standards and practices. ... More>


Remembering Janet Taylor Spence

The pioneering research of APS’s first elected president has left contemporary investigators with several key tools for measuring anxiety and attitudes about gender. Janet Taylor Spence’s colleagues remember her transformative work and her vital role in launching APS. ... More>

Observer Article

Janet Taylor Spence: A Life in Science

A timeline lists highlights in the life of Janet Taylor Spence. ... More>

Observer Article

What We Know Now: How Psychological Science Has Changed Over a Quarter Century

APS highlights some of the fields that have emerged or matured, how they have integrated other scientific disciplines, and how researchers are collaborating with international peers. ... More>