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Volume 31, Issue3March, 2018
Digital Edition
Our annual nod to the NCAA basketball tournament includes reports on data-analysis techniques, methodological advances, and the latest initiatives for improving replicability.

March Methodology Madness – 2018

In our annual nod to the United States’ college basketball tournament, the Observer reports on data-analysis techniques, methodological advances, and the latest initiatives for improving reproducibility… More

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Volume 31, Issue3March, 2018

Digital Edition

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2018 APS Mentor Awards

The recipients of this lifetime achievement award for 2018 are APS Past President Gordon H. Bower, APS Past board Member Lisa Feldman Barrett, and APS Fellow Harry P. Bahrick… More

On Collaborations: The Opportunities

When is a good time to collaborate on a research project instead of going it alone? APS President Suparna Rajaram offers some thoughts to help you decide… More

Studying Underrepresented Groups

Across disciplines, there has been renewed attention to the experiences of stigmatized group members within social, educational, healthcare, and law enforcement contexts. … More

Redefining ‘Academic Superstardom’

Tilburg University methodology expert Angélique Cramer believes academia, much like a soccer team, should celebrate its stalwart defenders as much as its superstar strikers… More

Anne Treisman, 1935-2018

APS Past Secretary and William James Fellow Anne Treisman, who developed a classic psychological model of human visual attention, has died… More