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Bower Reflects on Integrating Two Theoretical Frameworks

At the APS-Psychonomic Society W. K. & K. W. Estes Lecture at the 2016 APS Convention in Chicago, APS Past President and William James Fellow Gordon H. Bower delivered a […]... More>


Observer Article

Making Science ‘Edible’

This is a thumbnail image of an apple made up of various science and research tools and symbols.

Likening basic science to fine cooking, APS James McKeen Cattell Fellow awardees Kathy Hirsh-Pasek and Roberta Golinkoff offer the recipe they’ve used to make developmental research findings accessible, digestible, and useful for the general public. ... More>


Research Hints at Promise and Difficulty of Helping People With A.D.H.D. Learn


Student Notebook

Activate Active Learning

Take a moment to reflect on your educational experiences: How were you taught during your primary education years compared with your secondary education years and with your higher education experiences? […]... More>


Are ‘Learning Styles’ a Symptom of Education’s Ills?