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Identifying the Missing Pieces in the Study of Families

ince the relationships among family members’ characteristics are complex, scientists who study family dynamics should employ statistical strategies that differ from traditional methods ... More>


Announcing the APSSC Student Grant Competition

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>


Interested in Becoming an APSSC Student Reviewer?

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>


A More Inclusive Look at Singleness

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>


This Swag Says Psychological Science

You’ll talk the talk when you present your research at the 24th APS Annual Convention in Chicago, Illinois. So walk the walk too, in the latest APS swag! ... More>