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Everything from traffic to tests can cause us to “freak out,” yet some people naturally handle stress better than others. Joëlle Jobin, 2012 APSSC Student Research Award winner, wanted to see if being an optimist or a pessimist could change the way stress affects individuals. ... More>
We often have opportunities to learn and guide our academic peers — why not get the most out of it? ... More>
Three graduate students have been named winners of the APSSC Student Grant Competition, sponsored by the APS Student Caucus. Each winner will receive $500 to be used for research that is currently in its initial stages of development. The winning research proposals are outlined below. ... More>
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>