Surviving Ourselves When the Climate Changes
You’re Not Fully Vaccinated the Day of Your Last Dose
For much of 2020, the world pinned its collective post-pandemic plans on a single, glimmering end point: the arrival of an effective COVID-19 vaccine. The resounding refrain of “when I’m vaccinated” has long conjured images
Even I Have to Admit That Being Positive is Good For Your Health
I have often admitted here that I’m a pessimist by nature, but even I have to agree that the health evidence in favour of taking a positive view of life is impressive. The most recent
APS Members Named to NASEM Committee Examining Behavioral Ontologies
APS members and other psychological scientists have been named to oversee a new National Academy of Sciences project taking shape. This month, NASEM has named a slate of 16 individuals who will serve on the committee overseeing the study; eminent psychological scientists will be featured on the panel.
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.