Currently browsing "Interdisciplinary"

Student Notebook

The Importance of Divergent Thinking for Research in Graduate School and Beyond

As undergraduates, we are generally encouraged to practice concrete thought. Our goal is to find the “right” answers. However, when we make the transition to graduate school we find that the relationship between students and professors becomes bidirectional. ... More>


Presidential Column

Translating Psychological Science to Law (and Back)

A legal scholar and a social psychologist are working closely to bring behavioral science to bear on the legal system. ... More>


Apply Now for the NIDCR ‘Building Bridges’ APS Convention Travel Award

For the second year in a row, the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR) is offering a travel award to approximately five APS poster submitters. ... More>


Mind Reading: Human Origins and Theory of Mind

Join the live webcast! “Mind Reading: Human Origins and Theory of Mind” is a free public symposium hosted by the University of California, San Diego/Salk Institute for Biological Studies Center for […]... 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>