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When Jo Ann Gardner and Charles Thomas sat down with Psychology Today editor T. George Harris in 1970, the historical backdrop was the rapid social and political transformations rocking American culture. Academic psychology was not immune. ... More>
Anthony Greenwald says that a 1966 interview with Gordon W. Allport illustrates what has changed and what has endured in personality and social psychology. ... More>
Colleagues recall more than seven stories about the life and science of eminent cognitive psychologist George A. Miller, author of the famous paper “The Magical Number Seven, Plus or Minus Two.” ... More>
Legendary psychological scientist Albert Bandura of Stanford University was honored with the International Union of Psychological Science Lifetime Career Award on July 20, 2012. ... More>
Tests are a valuable, but under-used, learning tool, says William James Fellow Henry L. Roediger, III. ... More>