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Observer Article

Reading and Writing; Speaking and Listening

The literature. What are we to do about it? It mushrooms, it expands, it explodes. Every day there are more and more journals and books. Our desks pile high with […]... More>


Observer Article

Graduate Education: Deep? Broad? Both? Neither?

A perennial controversy, off and on, within every graduate program in psychology, concerns requirements for the PhD. What should they be? Prior to answering this question, we need to ask: […]... More>


Presidential Column

Dissertation Dilemmas

Everyone with a PhD must have thought long and hard about how to conduct dissertation research. Everyone currently in graduate school must contemplate the same topic. Those two groups include […]... More>


Presidential Column

The APS Campaign for Psychological Science

I just wrote a check to the American Psychological Society for $1,000. I didn’t do it because I am President. I feel sure I would have done it anyway, had […]... More>


Presidential Column

Teaching and Teacher Ratings

Administrators of universities are increasingly emphasizing teaching, especially at the undergraduate level. This is true of both private and public universities. I don’t suppose there was ever a time in […]... More>