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At the 2014 APS Annual Convention, APS James McKeen Cattell Fellow Neal Schmitt described a decade of research aimed at supplementing the SAT or ACT with assessments of noncognitive measures.... More>
Delaware, the first state in the Union, is now the premier state to legally recognize a science-focused accreditation system for clinical psychology training. Illinois has followed suit. ... More>
It’s not easy being chair. The Academic Observer identifies organizational and interpersonal skills that department chairs can cultivate for successful leadership. ... More>
Many graduate programs prepare students to be good researchers but not necessarily good teachers, says Justin J. Lehmiller. He offers suggestions to prepare his peers for the classroom. ... More>
A group of educators is working to apply high-quality teaching standards nationwide. ... More>