Observer

November 2006
Volume 19, Number 11

1. How to Spot Bias in Research
By Morton Ann Gernsbacher
(Presidential Column)
 
2. Taylor Wins Inaugural Clifton Strengths Award
By Ann Conkle
(Observation)
 
3. Jennifer Richeson Wins MacArthur Award
By Ann Conkle
(Observation)
 
4. Beck Wins Lasker Award
By Catherine West
(Observation)
 
5. The Power of Two
By Wray Herbert
(Observation)
 
6. fMRI: Not the Only Way to Look at the Human Brain in Action
By Emanuel Donchin
(Letters)
 
7. Tales of an Entrepreneurial Animal Psychologist
By Terry L. Maple
(Commentary)
 
8. Cattell Fund Allows Researchers to Extend Sabbaticals APS and Cattell Fund Extend Their Partnership
(News)
 
9. In Memoriam: Adriaan Dingeman de Groot (1914-2006)
By Vittorio Busato
(Obituary)
 
10. Regression Toward the Mean: Debating the Biological and Social Origins of Human Cruelty
By Eric Jaffe
(Cover Story)
 
11. In Memoriam: Mary L. Tenopyr
By Nancy T. Tippins, Ann Elizabeth Ressman, Jerard F. Kehoe, Frank Erwin, Paul Thayer
(Obituary)
 
12. On Being a Couple in Psychology
By Howard Gardner, Ellen Winner
(Commentary)
 
13. A History of Our Future: APS's Student Caucus
By Ann Conkle
(News)
 
14. For the 'Grader' Good: Considering What You Grade and Why
By Brian L. Burke
(Teaching Tips)
 
15. Getting Involved With OHP: A Student's Perspective
By Christopher J. L. Cunningham
(Student Notebook)
 
16. RiSE-Up Research Award Competition
(Student Notebook)
 
17. Student Research Award Competition
(Student Notebook)
 
18. APS Student Grant Competition
(Student Notebook)
 
19. APS Student Research Award Winners, 2006
(Student Notebook)