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Volume 19, Issue12December, 2006
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Volume 19, Issue12December, 2006

A Tale of Two Night Owls

Often people assume we must have known each other from childhood. After all, how many psychological scientists grew up in More

NIH in the Budget Doldrums

What ended the spectacular budget growth of the National Institutes of Health, and what can bring it back? For decades More

Growing Old or Living Long

Aging. To many people it’s wrinkles, retirement communities, and a steady decline in the ability to remember things. But before More

Opting Out

APS President Morton Ann Gernsbacher, University of Wisconsin-Madison I have a 10-year-old son, who knows other 10-year-old kids, so over More

Toy Stories

Toys are the most frivolous things in the world and, in some ways, the most essential. No culture is entirely More

State of the Caucus

APS Student Caucus President In all aspects of life, it is important to look back at the past periodically in More