2023 APS Annual Convention: Call for Submissions

Submissions for the 2023 APS Annual Convention in Washington, D.C., are open until December 15! Learn more about submitting a symposium, flash talk, or poster for presentation, and get ready to connect with researchers from around the world, renew acquaintances, and foster new collaborations.

2023 APS Annual Convention: Call for Submissions

Submissions for the 2023 APS Annual Convention in Washington, D.C., are open until December 15! Learn more about submitting a symposium, flash talk, or poster for presentation, and get ready to connect with researchers from around the world, renew acquaintances, and foster new collaborations.

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Becoming a Better Teacher: Maximizing Learning and Minimizing Effort

Teaching is sometimes described as the most challenging job in the world. Thankfully, psychological science is rich in insights that can make teaching more efficient and more effective. Whether you’re an experienced educator or just getting started at the front of the classroom, using the right strategies can save you time and improve your students’ learning.

Register today for this workshop on December 8, 2022 at 1:00 p.m. to review the teaching strategies you already use and the learning strategies students prefer. Then, learn the best science-based strategies and how to easily implement them in any classroom.

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The November/December Observer: Charging Up the Creative Battery

From the promise of electric brain stimulation to resurgent interest in psychedelics, psychological science is revealing a deeper understanding of many aspects of creativity.

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APS Resources and Announcements


  • PSPI Live

    This online symposium series takes a deeper look at important papers published in the APS journal Psychological Science in the Public Interest.

  • Webinars & Virtual Events

    Explore all of APS’s digital offerings, including Convention sessions and interviews, webinars, news podcasts, and more!

APS Programs and Member Resources


  • Campus Representative Program

    Be a leader at your school. Help the APS Student Caucus spread the word about programs, network with others in the field, gain valuable experience!

  • Write for Us!

    The Observer is a great way for APS members to share timely and relevant research, insights about how the science is changing the world, profiles of leaders and change agents within the field, and more.

  • Resources on Combating Misinformation

    Browse this extensive collection of resources exploring how misinformation hobbles understanding of critical topics and what can be done to mitigate the risks.

  • Employment & Career

    Browse job openings and fellowships, learn about funding opportunities, and read about research pathways and career insights.