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Putting Corporate Quotas to Work for Women

New international research suggests that diversity quotas for corporate boards can successfully increase the number of women in top leadership positions. ... More>


Psychological Training for Entrepreneurs Helps Fight Poverty

A new study on enhancing entrepreneurship in Uganda provides evidence that psychological interventions are a useful tool in the fight against global poverty. ... More>


Fifth Australian Positive Psychology and Well-Being Conference Extends Abstract Deadline

The Fifth Australian Positive Psychology and Well-Being Conference is extending its call for abstracts to April 29th. The South Australian Health & Medicine Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) and The Wellbeing and […]... More>


Cover Story

When the Majority Becomes the Minority

Rapidly expanding racial and ethnic diversity in many industrialized countries has sparked a new wave of research on the ways people react to changes in their power and social status. ... More>


Observer Article

Ashoka University Builds Science-Centric Psychology Program

Thanks to the help of APS Fellow Neil Lutsky, a fledgling psychology curriculum at a university in India emphasizes the field’s scientific foundation. ... More>