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Observer Article

Diversity as a Must-Have Feature of Science

The science of diversity can’t be a specialty — it must be fully integrated throughout psychological research, says Enrique W. Neblett, Jr. The clinical scientist was joined by APS Board Member Michelle R. “Mikki” Hebl, APS Fellow Joseph P. Gone, and developmental psychologist Lisa M. Diamond to share how researchers are injecting ethnic, gender, and sexual-identity perspectives into their studies. ... More>


Diversifying Science to Represent Diverse Populations

A special series in Clinical Psychological Science highlights the importance of broadening the traditional scope of clinical science research so that it addresses the needs and concerns of diverse populations. ... More>


Putting Corporate Quotas to Work for Women

New international research suggests that diversity quotas for corporate boards can successfully increase the number of women in top leadership positions. ... More>


Symposium: Diverse Perspectives in Psychological Science

Recorded in May 2016 at the 28th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, Chicago. Thomas M. Olino – introduction Lisa M. Diamond – begins 01:15 Joseph P. Gone […]... More>


Letter/Observer Forum

Is Viewpoint Diversity Inherently Good for Psychological Science?

The Presidential Column by Jonathan Haidt and Lee Jussim, “Psychological Science and Viewpoint Diversity,” (Observer, February 2016) was meant to be controversial, but I question whether it was controversial in […]... More>