Sorry, Weed Probably Does Not Make You More Creative
Many cannabis users are convinced that the drug not only heightens their mood, but also their creativity. Creative luminaries also seem to endorse this idea. Steve Jobs said that marijuana and hashish would make him
Science in Service: Making Noise That Can’t Be Missed
Tom Hilton’s decades of government service as an industrial/organizational psychologist has shown me time and again that it is possible for research to affect public and organizational policies and practices
But What’s It All For? Putting Practical Theories into Action
Researchers suggest a number of incentives to support the development of more practical theories.
But What’s It All For? Putting Practical Theories Into Action
Researchers suggest a number of incentives to support the development of more actionable theories in the face of what they term a “practicality crisis.”
APS Reissues Call for Inclusion of Psychological Science Expertise on COVID Advisory Board
Psychological science expertise is critical to the U.S. COVID-19 pandemic response, argues APS in a new letter to U.S. President-elect Joe Biden’s COVID-19 advisory board. As this important board grows, APS repeats a call that a research psychologist be considered for membership.
APS Calls for Psychological Science Representation on U.S. COVID-19 Advisory Board
In an open letter to the co-chairs of the U.S. COVID-19 Advisory Board, APS President Shinobu Kitayama calls for the inclusion of psychological science expertise.