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Accreditation Summiteers in Agreement on Change

Participants in the 1992 Summit on Accreditation from psychology departments and from related disciplines were united on the critical need for urgent reform of the accreditation system in psychology. ... More>


Observer Article

Defending Rigorous Science Down Under

Under the leadership of such scientists as APS Fellows David Badcock and Barbara Gillam, a group known as the Psychological Foundation of Australia is promoting the use of psychological science to solve policy-making challenges faced by government, industry, and communities. ... More>


Jeb Bush Was Wrong: There Are Many Careers for Psychological Scientists

The Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology and APS have partnered to develop a mentorship database that helps junior scientists connect with more established peers. ... More>


Student Notebook

The Many Varieties of Mentors

It is hard to express the importance of the mentor–mentee relationship in a brief article. In my experience, this relationship is one of the most valuable in a graduate student’s […]... More>


Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy Announces Request for Proposals

The Indiana University (IU) Lilly Family School of Philanthropy announces the launch of a competitive regranting program, “Generosity for Life: The Science and Imagination of Living Generously,” to expand knowledge […]... More>