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The coming year marks the 25th anniversary of the founding of APS. In 1988, 14 motivated individuals decided to come together to form a group devoted to serving the needs of psychology students: The APS Student Caucus was born. Today, the APSSC has grown to represent more than 8,500 graduate and undergraduate students all over the world. ... More>
ince the relationships among family members’ characteristics are complex, scientists who study family dynamics should employ statistical strategies that differ from traditional methods ... More>
Each year the APSSC Student Grant Competition recognizes and funds outstanding research in its initial stages of development. Applicants will gain valuable experience in grant writing and also receive written […]... More>
The APSSC is currently offering motivated graduate and undergraduate student affiliates the opportunity to serve as reviewers for the Student Grant Competition. As a reviewer you will evaluate the merit […]... More>
Past research on how single individuals are perceived has assumed that targets were heterosexual, so Gal Slonim and colleagues designed a study that took sexual orientation into account. ... More>