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Neuroscience Outreach

Teachers use both high-tech tools and old-school collaboration to fuel interest in psychological science. ... More>


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Developing Interactive Tools for Teaching Statistics to Psychology Students

I-Chant A. Chiang, Quest University Canada, has designed several sets of research-based tools for teaching statistics. ... More>


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Developing a Taste for Perceptual Psychology

A basic scientist and high school teacher join forces to bring scientific advances in taste and perception into the classroom. ... More>


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APS Teaching Fund Small Grants Program

The APS Fund for Teaching and Public Understanding of Psychological Science, established through the generous support of a $1,000,000 endowment from The David & Carol Myers Foundation, supports activities that enhance education and communication in the scientific and academic sectors in psychology. The Fund’s Small Grants Program provides seed support of up to $5,000 for projects aimed at strengthening the teaching enterprise in psychology in the United States and abroad. Here are brief descriptions of some of the recent Small Grants Program projects. ... More>


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New Local Network Connects High School, Community College, and University Instructors of Psychological Science

Through the support of the APS Teaching Fund, a regional network of psychology educators now exits, bringing together faculty and students from over 27 campuses. ... More>