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Volume 35, Issue5September/October 2022
The September/October Observer: Revisiting the Classics
Foundational psychological science studies, theories, and practices can be the basis for new findings and reforms alike. How can we learn from the past to advance the field’s future?
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Presidential Column

Alison Gopnik
University of California, Berkeley
APS President 2022 - 2023
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In this Issue:
Love Lets Us Learn: Psychological Science Makes the Case for Policies That Help Children 

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