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2013 APS Award Address: Scott O. Lilienfeld

In his James McKeen Cattell Fellow Award Address, Scott Lilienfeld examines the importance, prevalence, and sources of public and political skepticism of psychology — and offers individual and institutional recommendations for […]... More>


2013 APS Award Address: Roy F. Baumeister

Roy F. Baumeister is a recipient of the Association for Psychological Science (APS) William James Fellow Award for his lifetime of significant intellectual contributions to the basic science of psychology. […]... More>


2013 APS Award Address: Helen J. Neville

In her William James Fellow Award Address, Neville describes findings from her team’s basic research on neuroplasticity and also how those findings led them to develop and implement a training […]... More>


2013 Psi Chi Distinguished Speaker: Charles R. Honts

Lying is a most ubiquitous human behavior. We lie in 25 percent of our interactions, and even trained lie catchers perform near chance. While many of our lies are inconsequential, […]... More>


2013 APS Award Address: Gerald L. Clore

Emotions provide embodied information about what is good or bad about important psychological situations. They influence judgments and decisions and regulate modes of thought. New research shows that the affect-cognition […]... More>