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Student Notebook

Global Students for a Global Psychology

Individual and organized efforts to strengthen psychological science can benefit from international and cross-cultural research integration and collaboration. ... More>


For Black Professional Men, It’s Who You Are, Not Who You Know

As a recent study shows, networking seems to be less of a factor in Black men's career accomplishments than are education and motivation. ... More>


Remembrance

Remembering Nalini Ambady

A world-renowned social psychologist is remembered for her inspiring mentorship and her groundbreaking research on nonverbal behavior and interpersonal judgments. ... More>


Observation

NIH Seeks Proposals to Increase Diversity in Science

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is offering three new funding opportunities which will be distributed through a newly established Diversity Program Consortium and are designed to address the lack of diversity in the biomedical research community. ... More>


Effective Mentoring Stems From Workplace Climate

Mentoring a less experienced colleague can be a demanding task. How your company operates as a whole can have significant bearing on whether the mentor/protégé bond flourishes or flounders. ... More>