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Psychological science has come of age. But the rights of a mature discipline carry with it responsibilities, among them the responsibility to maximize confidence in our findings through good data practice and replication. ... More>
Performing research in a niche field can be harrowing, but it can also be rewarding for researchers who wish to contribute unique information to the field. ... More>
As the popularity of teaching evaluation websites is growing, so is concern over whether ratings on such sites provide an accurate representation of instructors’ performance. Because many students rely on such websites such as Ratemyprofessors.com when making course decisions, it is important that we examine how these ratings compare to student evaluations of teaching. ... More>
The APS journal Perspectives on Psychological Science, edited by APS Fellow Barbara A. Spellman, was recently named a Rising Star in psychiatry and psychology based on data from Thomson Reuters Web of Knowledge’s Essential Science Indicators. ... More>