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Write to be Read

Today many scientists struggle to get the public interested in psychological research. To help social psychologists reach larger audiences, In-Mind Magazine will organize a May 23 workshop, Writing and Communicating with the General Public, in conjunction with the APS 25th Annual Convention in Washington, D.C. ... More>


Observer Article

Research — and Life — Revolves Around Context

Margaret Beale Spencer tells APS President Douglas L. Medin how context influenced her career. ... More>


How Students and Teachers Relate

Matthew G. Mandelbaum of Fordham University and PsySoEd Dynamics, LLC asked childhood and early-childhood educators about the approaches they use in their classrooms to solve problems and maintain motivation. ... More>


Methods to Increase Attendance and Performance

My name is Lora Jacobi from Stephen F. Austin State University, and I presented my research at the APS 23rd Annual Convention in Washington, DC. More>


Preschool Has Big Advantages for the Disadvantaged

Studies on how preschool helps kids perform better in later grades have produced limited conclusions. A new study by Elliot Tucker-Drob fills in some of the gaps. ... More>