Educator, Learning Modeler, Neurobehavioral Toxicologist Helen B. Daly (1941-1995)

November 14, 1941, was an auspicious day for psychology Helen Bohmer Daly was born in Manhattan, New York. However, November 23, 1995, was a tragic day- Helen died after fighting […]... More>


Experimental Psychologist Richard L. Solomon (1918-1995)

Experimental psychologist and APS Charter Fellow Richard L. Solomon died on October 12, 1995, in Boston, during cardiovascular surgery. Since his retirement from the University of Pennsylvania in 1984, Dick […]... More>

Teaching Tips

Improving Your Students’ Writing: Arts and Drafts

More and more psychology instructors are having students write multiple drafts of research papers. This process leads to better final papers and is closer to what psychologists do when they […]... More>

Member Profile: Something Old, Something New

Charles Hamad, an experienced gardener and strong supporter of psychological research, knew it would not be a bed of roses when he took over as director of the Southbury Training […]... More>

International Psychology: Psychology Congress Crosses Culture and Language Barriers

A bout 5,000 psychologists from 100 countries are expected at the 26th International Congress of Psychology in Montreal in mid-August, the Canadian committee organizing the event has announced. Five days […]... More>