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Introducing the Kavli HUMAN Project

Psychological science now has its own answer to the Human Genome Project: the Kavli HUMAN Project. ... More>


The National Research Conference on Early Childhood To Take Place July 11–13

The National Research Conference on Early Childhood will take place on July 11–13, 2016, at the Grand Hyatt in Washington, D.C. The conference will focus on access to quality early […]... More>


Fifth Australian Positive Psychology and Well-Being Conference Extends Abstract Deadline

The Fifth Australian Positive Psychology and Well-Being Conference is extending its call for abstracts to April 29th. The South Australian Health & Medicine Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) and The Wellbeing and […]... More>


Presidential Column

Psychology, Open Science, and Government: The Opportunity

This is a thumbnail of a portrait photograph of David Yokum.

Psychological scientists are being explicitly invited to a prime spot in government policy development. Guest columnist David Yokum of the US government’s Social and Behavioral Sciences Team urges APS members to accept that invitation — and explains why they should bring their blossoming open science practices with them. ... More>


2nd Latin American Conference for the Advancement of Psychological Science (CLACIP 2016)

The meeting will be held in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on October 12–15. CLACIP 2016 will focus on ways to advance psychology as a science, practice, and public good. Strategies to […]... More>