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Items From Classic Experiment on Display at the 2014 APS Convention

Original uniforms, a billy club, and sunglasses from the historic Stanford Prison Experiment will be on display at the 2014 APS Convention in San Francisco, California. ... More>


Teaching Current Directions

Teaching Current Directions in Psychological Science

Featured Articles: “Is It Always Wrong to Be Right?” and “What Explains the Home-Field Advantage?” ... More>


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I/O Researcher Named Interim President of FSU

APS Fellow Garnett S. Stokes, who previously served as provost and executive vice president for Academic Affairs at Florida State University (FSU), has begun serving as interim vice president of FSU. ... More>


Your Personality Might Not be Suitable for Telework

Telework technology doesn’t guarantee productivity from every off-site employee. A recent study has found links between certain personality traits and teleworker “cyberslacking.” ... More>


Social Processes in Daily Life

Michael Roche and his coauthors studied social processes and how they play out in daily life. In their study, college students with a high-dependency or a low-dependency personality reported how […] More>