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Denver Nuggets: Reflections on the 1999 APS Convention

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>


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Subdisciplines in Their Interactions

Consider the following: Most psychologists read only journals in their sub-specialty of psychology; Psychologists are employed in many departments on university campuses, not just psychology departments; Most psychologists attend psychology […]... More>


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Let Me Introduce You…

It’s a new school year and at campuses all across the country, record numbers of students are taking psychology courses. And most of them are taking introductory psychology. By far […]... More>


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Come Together

I thought I would write about psychology from the point of view of a provost, since I am in the strange position of being both president of APS and a […]... More>


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Banking on Psychological Principles

Universities are businesses, although we academics do not like to think of them as such. However, we are not in business to make a profit, but rather to produce teaching […]... More>