Baruch Fischhoff Awarded Carnegie Fellowship
The APS Fellow will devote his fellowship to the production of a book drawing on his work in decision science.
NSF Funding Available for Research on Augmenting Human Cognition and Intelligent Cognitive Assistants
NSF invites researchers to apply for funding for projects addressing two main themes related to the human-technology frontier: (1) Foundations for Augmenting Human Cognition and (2) Embodied Intelligent Cognitive Assistants.
Mahzarin Banaji and the Implicit Revolution
APS Past President and William James Fellow Mahzarin Banaji pioneered research in implicit social cognition. Her collaborators and former students celebrate her work and influence.
Santos Record-Breaking Psychology Course Gets Coverage in New York Times
A psychology course taught by Yale University professor Laurie Santos has drawn record enrollment and captured media attention.
Podcasting a Wide Net
With help from the APS Fund for Teaching and Public Understanding of Psychological Science, Lisa Cantrell’s podcast on psychological research has grown its audience to nearly 20,000 listeners over the last 2 years.
If Neuroscience Needs Behavior, What Does Behavioral Science Need?
According to APS William James Fellow Nora Newcombe, the answer is an investment in Big Data sets, data sharing, and standardized evaluation tools.