Cattell Fund Extends Sabbatical, Research
James McKeen Cattell was already recognized as a founding father of psychological science when he and two former students launched the Psychological Corporation in 1921 to develop and publish psychological tests and materials. He invested
Should We Rank Ourselves?
Quick: Name the top five psychology departments in the world. Is that too hard? Well, what about North America? Is that any easier? What are five top departments in industrial/organizational psychology? In developmental psychology? In
Faculty Experiences at Religious Institutions
Nowhere is the intersection of science and religion more evident than in psychology programs at religious institutions of higher learning. APS Members at religious colleges and universities around the country were asked about their research
When Graduate and Undergraduate Students Collaborate — Everybody Wins!
Many psychology training programs have a strong research emphasis. There are multiple demands on graduate students and they must conduct research while also managing coursework, teaching duties, and any applied responsibilities. Undergraduate students are often
Champions of Psychology: Stephen J. Ceci
In an ongoing series in which APS Student Caucus talks with leading professors, Stephen J. Ceci shares his advice for success amid the challenges facing graduate students. An APS Fellow, Ceci is among the most
Commentaries on Undergraduate Research Participation
Engaging Research Participants The nagging thought that ran through my head as I prepared to run my first study with undergraduate participants was “I sure hope they do a better job than I used to