Observer Article

‘Highly Cited,’ Highly Controversial

The “Highly Cited” list of psychologists that the Institute for Scientific Information posted on the Internet has unleashed a squall of controversy about the list’s relevance and, more broadly, the […]... More>

Beck in Action: Grawemeyer-Winning Psychiatrist Influential in Psychology

As an undergraduate at Brown University, Aaron “Tim” Beck took his first – and last – class in psychology. “It all had to do with brain anatomy and physiology and […]... More>

Observer Article

Translation the Topic at NIDDK: ‘Clinic to Community’ Conference Raises Questions, Answers, Hope

Before the seats in the National Institutes of Health Natcher Conference Center were fully occupied, the coffee fully cooled, the whispers fully hushed, Roland “Red” Hiss addressed the auditorium with […]... More>

Member Article

Affect Valuation: Theory, Measurement, and Cultural Variation

Most people want to feel good. What people actually do to feel good, however, varies considerably. For example, some people surf, while other people sunbathe. Differences in people’s behavioral choices […]... More>

Teaching Tips

Faculty-Librarian Collaboration

Some folks come to the college library fully expecting the experience be excruciatingly dull, and we are not necessarily referring to students. If truth be told, as a faculty member, […]... More>