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As undergraduates, we are generally encouraged to practice concrete thought. Our goal is to find the “right” answers. However, when we make the transition to graduate school we find that the relationship between students and professors becomes bidirectional. ... More>
A popular introductory psychology class shows how students’ curiosity can identify real-world applications for psychological research findings. ... More>
Gilles O. Einstein, Megan R. Gunnar, Richard E. Nisbett, and Robert Rosenthal receive the 2014 APS Mentoring Award for lifetime achievement in shaping the future of science. ... More>
Two psychology professors argue that “sensitive”-topics research, when approached carefully, is not necessarily more traumatic for participants than “minimal risk” studies. ... More>
Champions of Psychology
APS Fellow Brian Nosek tells young scientists not to be afraid of being different or of looking stupid. ... More>