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The Many Shapes of Applied Psychological Science
Their scientific work has contributed to safer skies, less stressful indoor environments, more engaging children’s toys, and much more. Meet six psychological scientists who have carved out innovative careers in applied research.
Five Myths About the Role of Culture in Psychological Research
Cornell University researcher and APS Fellow Qi Wang dispels some of the assumptions that researchers make about integrating cultural factors into their investigations.
Do Funny Article Titles Garner More Citations?
Thinking about spicing up your next empirical article with a catchy title? Results from two studies show how a humorous title might affect the impact of your paper.
Alienating the Audience: How Abbreviations Hamper Scientific Communication
Consistent with the movement toward open science, three researchers call for ending the often confusing and off-putting use of abbreviations in scientific communication.
Revision to the Common Rule: Implications for Behavioral and Social Sciences Research
The various provisions of the US government’s revised rule on human subjects research will provide increased flexibility and less burden for behavioral and social sciences researchers. William T. Riley and Farheen Akbar from the Office of Behavior and Social Sciences Research explain.