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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>
Colleagues recall more than seven stories about the life and science of eminent cognitive psychologist George A. Miller, author of the famous paper “The Magical Number Seven, Plus or Minus Two.” ... More>
The Observer recently invited our charter members to share their memories of APS. What was happening at the founding of the Association? What prompted them to join and remain loyal […]... More>