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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>


Observer Article

Reflecting on a Lifetime of Achievement

As part of its 25th anniversary, APS honors distinguished scientists who have transformed the field of psychological science over the past quarter century. In this issue, we celebrate the careers of Marilynn B. Brewer, Carol S. Dweck, Douglas L. Medin, and John A. Swets. ... More>


Observer Article

Recalling the Early Days of Memory Science With Brenda Milner

Brenda Milner shares the story behind her groundbreaking research with Carol A. Tavris. ... More>


Presidential Column

Specializing in Psychological Science as a Whole

As my term as President ends, I have been reflecting on why I participate in APS and believe it is such an important organization for our field. APS is the […]... More>


Presidential Column

An Evolutionary Perspective

Guest columnist Klaus Fiedler offers an evolutionary perspective on the young field of psychological science. ... More>