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Champions of Psychology

Champions of Psychological Science: David Funder

APS Fellow David Funder, a Distinguished Professor of Psychology at University of California at Riverside, sat down with the APSSC in this Champions of Psychological Science interview. ... More>


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Champions of Psychology: Dante Cicchetti

APS Fellow Dante Cicchetti has received numerous awards for his work in developmental science as well as his work on policy and practice related to child maltreatment, depression, and mental retardation. ... More>


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Champions of Psychological Science: Carol Tavris

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Carol Tavris earned her PhD in social psychology at the University of Michigan. In her career as a writer and lecturer, she has sought to educate the public about the important contributions of psychological science and to explain how pseudoscience can lead us astray at best and, at worst, cause enormous personal and social harm. ... More>


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Champions of Psychology: Marsha Linehan

The APS Student Caucus interviews Marsha Lineman, a Professor of Psychology at the University of Washington. Lineman discussed how she began her career in psychology, her research interests, and shares advice for young professionals and graduate students who are contemplating a research career. ... More>


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Champions of Psychology: Cynthia García Coll

Cynthia García Coll is the Charles Pitts Robinson and John Palmer Barstow Professor of Education, Psychology and Pediatrics at Brown University. Her research focuses on sociocultural and biological influences on child development, with particular emphasis on at-risk and minority populations. García Coll has served on the editorial boards of leading academic journals, including Child Development, Development and Psychopathology, Infant Behavior and Development, Infancy and Human Development, and is the current Editor of Developmental Psychology. ... More>