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Presidential Column

Bayes for Beginners 2: The Prior

Following on his September column, APS President C. Randy Gallistel shares additional Bayesian basics by discussing the role of prior knowledge in estimates and conclusions. ... More>

Observer Article

Report Points to Need for Improved Reproducibility

APS Fellow Brian Nosek says a recent high-profile replication project he headed up reflects how psychological researchers are leading efforts to improve the reproducibility of scientific findings. ... More>

Open Practice Badges in Psychological Science: 18 Months On

The badge program recognizing open research practices has now been in effect for a year and a half and participation in the program continues to rise. ... More>

DARPA Seeks Information on Experimental Falsifiability

DARPA, best known for developing emerging technologies for the military, is seeking new tools and approaches for disconfirming models, theories, and hypotheses in the social and behavioral sciences. ... More>

Psychology Is Not in Crisis