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Volume 19, Issue11November, 2006
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Volume 19, Issue11November, 2006

A History of Our Future

APS’s Student Caucus In the summer of 1988, Kathleen Chwalisz, then a graduate student at the University of Iowa, attended More

For the ‘Grader’ Good

College grading first appeared at Yale University in 1783, primarily for ranking students (Milton, Pollio, & Eison,1986) and around the More

RiSE-Up Research Award Competition

RiSE-UP (Research on Socially and Economically Underrepresented Populations) is pleased to once again offer the RiSE-UP Research Award competition. Student More

Getting Involved With OHP

A Student’s Perspective Attention to Occupational Health Psychology (OHP) — which covers issues of health and safety for workers and More

The Power of Two

One of the more memorable minor characters on the TV sitcom Seinfeld was Aaron, also known as the Close Talker. More

Beck Wins Lasker Award

APS Fellow Aaron T. Beck, widely considered the father of cognitive therapy, was recently awarded the 2006 Albert Lasker Award More