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What Big Data Means For Psychological Science

The era of Big Data has enormous potential to change the way we observe human behavior, but challenges remain, say researchers at a theme program on large data sets. ... More>


Advancing the Science of Imagination: Toward an “Imagination Quotient”

Award amounts up to $200,000.  The Imagination Institute announces an international grants competition for research and intervention projects on the measurement and improvement of imagination. Deadline: September 30, 2014 For […]... More>


The Right Methods for the Right Questions

Two developmental psychologists call on scientists to choose methods that match the subject under investigation. ... More>


Debunking pseudoscience and studying psychopathy

Scott Lilienfeld is both a researcher of and advocate for psychological science. His clinical work has primarily focused on psychopathy; he developed the Psychopathic Personality Inventory (PPI-R), a 154-item personality […]... More>


Letter/Observer Forum

Psychology Needs to Take Scientific Method Seriously

APS Fellow Brian D. Haig propose an important reform: that psychological scientists should take scientific method seriously. ... More>