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Graham Presents Findings From NAS Bullying Report

APS Board Member Sandra Graham was among the eminent researchers who recently presented findings from a new National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine report on bullying. ... More>


Student Notebook

Developing Theory With the Grounded-Theory Approach and Thematic Analysis

Grounded theory is an approach by which theory is extended from qualitative analysis. It began nearly 5 decades ago and has since developed and diversified. This article outlines a process of thematic analysis directed by the grounded-theory approach and discusses the conditions under which this process is most suitable. ... More>


Cover Story

When the Majority Becomes the Minority

Rapidly expanding racial and ethnic diversity in many industrialized countries has sparked a new wave of research on the ways people react to changes in their power and social status. ... More>


Reducing Intergroup Conflict Through Contact

In a 2015 meta-analysis, psychological scientists examined the effectiveness of intergroup contact at reducing ethnic prejudice. ... More>


Observer Article

Why Should Psychological Science Care About Diversity?

A 2010 analysis of articles published in leading psychology journals showed that 95% of all samples came from Western, educated, industrialized, rich, and democratic societies. APS Fellow Robert M. Sellers wants his field to study a broader cross-section of humanity — with investigators from underrepresented groups at the helm. ... More>