Aye, Robot

A program at the upcoming APS Annual Convention will showcase research that is advancing the science of machine learning — and expanding research on human vision, memory, movement, and other cognitive functions. … More

  • Washington DC, photo of Tidal Basin and Jefferson Memorial

    31st APS Annual Convention

    May 23-26, 2019 / Gain insights into research and trends from world-renowned psychological scientists and forge life-long collaborations. … More

  • March Methodology Madness

    Borrowing from the “March Madness” college basketball tournament in the United States, the Observer presents our annual look at methodology innovations and research practices… More

  • BJ Casey of Yale University

    ICPS 2019 Delivers a Bounty of Integrative Science

    More than 2,700 researchers, including keynote speaker BJ Casey of Yale University, descended on Paris on 7-9 March 2019 to share the latest developments in integrative science. Plans are already underway for the next ICPS, to be held in 2021 in Brussels… More

  • Negotiating

    British Prime Minister Theresa May has faced setback after setback in negotiating her nation’s departure from the European Union. Deal making at the international, business, and interpersonal levels involves a variety of emotional, social, and language factors that lead to a final agreement — or a stalemate. … More

  • Join APS

    APS is working hard to ensure the vitality and the advancement of psychological science. Learn about our membership categories and the benefits of joining this premiere international organization… More

  • Student Members

    Learn about the APS Student Caucus, the Mentorship Program, Membership Information, and more… More

  • APS Awards and Honors

    Read about the APS Awards given for lifetime achievement, early career contributions, and mentoring… More