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Volume 32, Issue9November, 2019
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Scientists from a range of disciplines are coming together to take a good look at themselves. APS Fellow Jonathan Schooler outlines how psychological science can enrich our understanding of the ways science — and scientists — work. More

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Beyond Words

Babies don’t learn language just by listening to speech, but also through what they see and how they move. This and other findings from APS William James Fellow Janet F. Werker. More

Stop Blaming Mental Illness

APS Fellow Alan Leshner, who has held some of the most prestigious scientific leadership positions in the United States, calls on policymakers to support research into the real causes of mass shootings instead of scapegoating people who struggle with mental disorders. More

Psi Chi Celebrated at Yale

Scientists and students gathered at Yale University for a convocation to mark the 90th birthday of Psi Chi  — the International Honor Society in Psychology. More

Meta-Analyses: To Do or Not to Do

Well-done meta-analyses are almost a guaranteed publication for students, but it can be a long process that requires extreme attention to detail. More