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The prevalence of wrongful convictions because of faulty eyewitness testimony is becoming clear thanks to some high-profile cases involving exoneration by DNA. ... More>
In a symposium cosponsored by the Psychometric Society at the 25th APS Annual Convention, four eminent speakers will discuss Paul Meehl’s legacy for clinical psychology and scientific thinking. ... More>
The Association for Psychological Science is an organization of which I am proud to be a member, in no small measure because it has played a vital role in narrowing the science-practice gap — the sharp divide between the research literature concerning clinical interventions and its application to clients. ... More>
Eleanor J. “Jackie” Gibson used her keynote address at the 1993 APS Convention as a call to arms against dualism, reductionism, and a losing dichotomy between nature and nurture. Much of her advice still rings true. ... More>
As APS hits its Silver Anniversary, is psychological science in a “Golden Age”? Daniel Cervone mines for answers, and finds some contemporary scientific advances that would surprise psychological scientists of a quarter-century ago. ... More>