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Volume 18, Issue9September, 2005
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Volume 18, Issue9September, 2005

How Random is That?

Compared to the hard rock of empirical methods, 18- to 20-year-old college students are a wet marsh of spontaneous behavior… More

In the Name of Science

The Board of Directors of the American Psychological Society has unanimously recommended that APS change its name to the Association… More

Straat Science

I returned to the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in September 2004, about 14 years after a first, much briefer stay there… More

Observer Forum

‘Patients’ and ‘Clients’ In the wake of Roddy Roediger’s interesting discussion of the usage of “subjects” vs. “participants” in research… More

Observations

Facing the Way We Elect Our Leaders Apparently CNN, the Gallup Poll, and the New York Times are working way… More

Gazzaniga Is APS President

Michael S. Gazzaniga, Dartmouth College, is APS President for 2005-06. His term began at the end of the 2005 Convention… More

The View From Within

APS Member Abrams is Director of the Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research (OBSSR) in the Office of the… More