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The Tradition of Experimentalism in Psychology

It is useful to compare the customs of psychology with scientifically adjacent "tribes" such as sociology, cognitive science, and anthropology, and even more distant tribes such as literary criticism and philosophy. ... More>

Preserving the History of Psychological Science

Cathy Faye of the Center for the History of Psychology at the University of Akron in Ohio spoke about the importance of preserving important artifacts that detail the history of psychological science. ... More>

Observer Article

The Either/Or of Psychological Science: A Reflection

There are many things to be happy or concerned about in our field; these include the science of psychological science, its application, and its development internationally. ... More>

Observer Article

Celebrating 25 Years of APS

The next few issues of APS’s journal Perspectives on Psychological Science will include special sections highlighting some of the major changes in the field between 1988 and the present. ... More>

Hackman to Be Honored at APS Annual Convention

A symposium on organizational teams will pay tribute to J. Richard Hackman, a leading social and organizational psychologist who passed away on January 8, 2013. ... More>