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Patching the Leaky Pipeline of Women in STEM

Explanations for the underrepresentation of women in science- and math-related careers abound, but a new article suggests these accounts may be missing a critical element: the breadth of women’s interests. ... More>


Making Room for Wonder in Children’s Lives


Science Shows How Students Can Stop Sweating Statistics

Students generally point to statistics courses as being the most anxiety-inducing courses in their degree program. A recent article reviewed the current state of statistics anxiety research. ... More>


You’re Not Always as Capable as You Think

Studies show that our self-perceptions are often out of proportion — that our views about our own talents and skills often fly well above our actual performance. ... More>


APS Announces Second Replication Project: Proposals Due April 10, 2014

APS is pleased to announce a new Registered Replication Report project is under way. ... More>