Children, Creativity, and the Real Key to Intelligence
APS President Alison Gopnik writes that the contrast between the reasoning of creative 4-year-olds and predictable artificial intelligence may be a key to understanding how human intelligence works.
Failure and Flourishing: Three Lessons From Psychological Science
Why not make our setbacks more visible? An excerpt from How Do We Know Ourselves? Curiosities and Marvels of the Human Mind, the newest book by psychological scientist David G. Myers.
Psychological Science Editorial Connects New Submission Evaluation Criteria to APS Strategic Plan
Changes at the flagship journal align with two strategic goals in APS’s five-year strategic plan.
Up-and-Coming Voices: The Science of Creativity
Previews of relevant research by students and early-career scientists.
Special Issue of Clinical Psychological Science Examines the Effects of COVID-19 on Mental Health
Eight articles focus on different aspects of mental health in the context of the global pandemic.
Methods: Don’t Be Too Creative With Your Measures! Avoiding Questionable Measurement Practices
Researchers provide a guide to implement good measurement practices and strengthen the validity of psychological science research.