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The APS Psychology Jeopardy contest was a big hit at the Carolinas Psychology Conference. The conference was held April 16 at Campbell University in Buies Creek, North Carolina, and drew nearly 200 attendees. ... More>
The University of Akron is launching a crowdsourcing campaign to build the first ever National Museum of Psychology, complete with artifacts from the history of the profession. ... More>
Psychological researchers don’t typically see much reason to re-examine the status quo of current licensure practices. But in a guest Presidential Column, APS Past President Robert W. Levenson explains why clinical training and licensure are some of the most important issues facing psychological scientists. ... More>
It’s been an eventful quarter century at Psychological Science. A year-long commemoration of the journal’s silver anniversary concludes with a look back at major milestones, including the launch of an online submissions system and changes to publication standards and practices. ... More>
The pioneering research of APS’s first elected president has left contemporary investigators with several key tools for measuring anxiety and attitudes about gender. Janet Taylor Spence’s colleagues remember her transformative work and her vital role in launching APS. ... More>