We met at an anti-Vietnam War protest in 1971. Jerry was an associate professor and Judy was a graduate student at the University of Illinois. We encountered one another across the table at an anti-war strategy meeting, and our eventual relationship can be traced to a fortuitous game of footsie More

The first step in obtaining a graduate degree in psychology is to get into graduate school — no small feat, even for the best students. If you are well-qualified and well-matched to a particular program, you might be invited to visit the campus for an interview. The interview is your More

Suppose you are a newly minted PhD looking to make your mark in psychology. What should you study? Such decisions are usually driven by a combination of personal curiosity, mentors’ influences, and happenstance. But as most of us have more scientific interests than we can realistically pursue at any given More