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Presidential Column

Why Preregistration Makes Me Nervous

APS President Susan Goldin-Meadow addresses the question of how a key feature of research transparency will affect scientific exploration and discovery. ... More>


What Is Preregistration, Anyway?

An update to the Psychological Science submissions guidelines explains what preregistration entails, and how the journal is recognizing authors who follow this open-science practice. ... More>


Clinical Psychological Science Begins Awarding Open Practices Badges

Clinical Psychological Science (CPS) has become the second APS journal to adopt an Open Practices Badge program, following a model that Psychological Science pioneered more than 2 years ago. ... More>

Observer Article

Sunday’s Science Smorgasbord

Research on intergroup bias, measurement problems in psychological science, and adoptive parents were part of the feast of science presented on Symposium Sunday. ... More>

Observer Article

Sizing Up Magnitude

In an interdisciplinary symposium, “The Origins and Consequences of Magnitude Estimation,” at the 2016 APS Annual Convention in Chicago, four speakers discussed a diverse sampling of new research on the basic mechanisms and biases that underlie our appraisals and approximations. ... More>