Student Notebook: Beginning Your Collaborative Writing Journey
Nidhi Sinha explores the benefits of collaborative writing for graduate students: “The more people you involve in your research, the better experience, productivity, and research satisfaction you will receive in the long run.”
APS Expands Career Resources, Professional Development in 2023
A new series of educational workshops and trainings in 2023 is designed to help psychological scientists further their careers inside and outside of academia, while fostering a more transparent and valid science on the global stage.
Research at the Interface of Artificial Intelligence and Psychological Science, 2018–2022
A collection of research on various aspects of AI, published between 2018 and 2022 in the APS journals.
Psychedelic Research Reborn: Opening the Doors of Creativity and Social Connection
A resurgence of research into psychedelics has renewed interest in their potential impact on creativity and social connectedness.
Psychological Science Editorial Connects New Submission Evaluation Criteria to APS Strategic Plan
Changes at the flagship journal align with two strategic goals in APS’s five-year strategic plan.
Talking With Birds: The Fascinating World of Avian Intelligence
Irene Pepperberg pioneered the study of bird cognition back in the 70s and still studies the cognitive and communicative abilities of grey parrots. In this conversation with APS’s Ludmila Nunes, she speaks about research on parrots’ cognitive abilities, their conservation and preservation in the wild, and much more.