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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>


Cover Story

A New Game Plan for Psychological Science

In the spirit of the “March Madness” college basketball tournament in the US, the Observer showcases the latest methodological innovations in the psychological research playbook. ... More>


Observer Article

Advancing Our Methods and Practices

A forthcoming special section of Perspectives on Psychological Science offers researchers concrete suggestions for navigating changing standards and improving the informational value of their research. ... More>