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Recognizing 125 Years of Psychological Research Excellence

Indiana University’s first psychology laboratory opened in 1888 with humble beginnings. But 125 years later, it now stands as the longest continuing psychology laboratory in the United States. ... More>


Observer Article

The Emerging Field of Affective Science

The field is beginning to provide an integrated framework for understanding a variety of psychological phenomena long studied in isolation from one another. ... More>


Observer Article

Remembering R. Duncan Luce

Friends and colleagues remember mathematical psychologist, APS William James Fellow, and National Medal of Science recipient R. Duncan Luce. ... More>


Presidential Column

Looking Beyond the ‘Neuro’ Revolution in Psychological Science

APS President Elizabeth A. Phelps highlights the maturation of neuroscience and explores what's next in psychological science. ... More>


Observer Article

Growing Up With APS

At the founding of APS in 1988, student affiliates were just embarking on their careers. Over the next 25 years they would become luminaries in the field of psychological science; many remained active in APS by becoming board members and serving the organization in other capacities. In this retrospective, some of APS’s former student affiliates reflect on their careers and involvement with APS since the organization’s inception. ... More>