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Psychological Science in the Public Interest

Scientific American Partnership

Through an agreement with APS in order to increase public awareness of research findings in psychological science, Scientific American periodically features a version of the articles appearing in Psychological Science in the Public Interest, written for a broader audience.

"Better Decisions Through Science"
Scientific American, October 2000
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"What's Wrong with This Picture?"
Scientific American, May 2001
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"How Should Reading Be Taught?"
Scientific American, March 2002
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"The Lowdown on Ginkgo Biloba"
Scientific American, April 2003
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Stephen J. Ceci
Cornell University

Robert A. Bjork
University of California, Los Angeles

ISSN: 1529-1006

Frequency: 3 issues per year

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