The Value of Values in Poverty Reduction
Anti-poverty programs in the developing world often sputter because they clash with local culture and values. But researchers are finding success with programs that align with the tenets of the communities they’re trying to help.
Special Episode II: APS 2023 Spence Awardees on Sharing Minds, the Development of Learning, and Implicit Bias
Julian Jara-Ettinger, Emily Fyfe, and Calvin Lai discuss reading and sharing minds, the development of learning and its practical applications, and the importance of studying the gap between what people value and what people do.
Inside Grants: Institute of Education Sciences Grant Funding
The Institute of Education Sciences and Educational Testing Services collaboration research grant is a $1,399,520 effort toward identifying evidence of collaborative problem solving skills.
APS Expands Career Resources, Professional Development in 2023
A new series of educational workshops and trainings in 2023 is designed to help psychological scientists further their careers inside and outside of academia, while fostering a more transparent and valid science on the global stage.
What Makes Educational Interventions Stick? Teaching the Right Skills in the Right Environments
The latest PSPI Live explored a review of the factors that contribute to the persistence and fade-out of educational interventions.
Educators Can Help Make Stem Fields Diverse – Over 25 Years, I’ve Identified Nudges That Can Encourage Students to Stay
Jen, a student I taught early in my career, stood head-and-shoulders above her peers academically. I learned she had started off as an engineering major but switched over to psychology. I was surprised and curious.