Articles Containing “Douglas Medin” — 61 result(s)

Medin Returns to APS Board as President-Elect

The APS Board of Directors is set for 2010-11. Douglas Medin joins the Board as President-Elect while Mahzarin Banaji takes the helm as President and Linda Bartoshuk transitions to Immediate Past President. Newly-elected Board Members Janet Polivy and Morris Moscovitch are beginning their three-year terms on the Board. Heartfelt thanks More

Psychological Science in the Public Interest Call for Editor Nominations

Deadline: November 27, 2017 The Association for Psychological Science (APS) invites nominations for the position of Editor of Psychological Science in the Public Interest (PSPI). This highly respected journal features three commissioned reports per year on topics of national interest by panels of the most distinguished researchers in psychological science More

2016 Perspectives on Psychological Science Reviewers

The editorial team at Perspectives on Psychological Science wishes to acknowledge the invaluable aid provided by reviewers of manuscripts submitted to the journal in 2016. We are deeply grateful for their generous, conscientious, knowledgeable, and constructive help. Paul Abramson Joshua M. Ackerman Nancy Adler Dustin Albert James Alcock Mark Alicke More

Psychology, Open Science, and Government: The Opportunity

APS has many functions, but the promotion of psychological science to government entities is among the most important. To that end, it cultivates close relations with legislative and executive staff, insuring a two-way flow of information. One close relationship is with the White House’s recently created Social and Behavioral Sciences More

The Nature of Culture

Douglas Medin has explored scientific reasoning in children and adults across cultures, as well as across urban versus rural populations. His research also has focused on what is known as commons behavior. This line of inquiry asks why certain populations do or don’t destroy a shared environment to fulfill selfish More