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As program chair for the 1999 APS Convention, my perspective undoubtedly differed from that of most conventioneers. My main concerns were that the program not fall on its face, that […]... More>
As my term as President ends, I have been reflecting on why I participate in APS and believe it is such an important organization for our field. APS is the […]... More>
Guest columnist Klaus Fiedler offers an evolutionary perspective on the young field of psychological science. ... More>
There are many things to be happy or concerned about in our field; these include the science of psychological science, its application, and its development internationally. ... More>
The next few issues of APS’s journal Perspectives on Psychological Science will include special sections highlighting some of the major changes in the field between 1988 and the present. ... More>