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Observer Article

Entwining Teaching and Research: Creating a Collaborative Review Paper

APS Fellow Angeline S. Lillard presents a model for creating a collaborative review paper. ... More>

Student Notebook

Not So Lazy Days: Psychology Summer Institutes

Summer institutes offer students numerous benefits, such as increased technical knowledge, access to professional expertise, and the opportunity to collaborate. ... More>

Presidential Column

Universe of the Master’s

The growth area in graduate education is in master’s degrees. The number of master’s degrees awarded in the United States has increased 41 percent over the last 25 years, while […]... More>

Teaching Tips

Tips for the First-Time Graduate Student Instructor

Student-professor interaction can be challenging and confusing for first-time teachers. Inexperienced instructors must learn to set boundaries and maintain a professional tone in the classroom. ... More>

Teaching Tips

Managing the Large(r) Classroom

Behavior problems don’t just occur in elementary and high school classrooms — they are a concern in postsecondary classrooms, too. In large college classrooms, strategies such as greeting students, facilitating study groups, and planning regular breaks can combat inappropriate behavior. ... More>