Teaching Current Directions in Psychological Science
Featured articles: “When Fiction Becomes Fact” and “Conservatives, Liberals, and the Distrust of Science”
Five Tips for Improving Online Discussion Boards
Whether a complement to a standard classroom environment or a cornerstone of Web-based classes, online discussion boards are becoming a staple in higher education. APS Past President Morton Ann Gernsbacher discusses how to make those discussion boards as engaging and interactive as possible.
A Psychology Web Lab for Education: LABPSI
With the help of a grant from the APS Fund for Teaching and Public Understanding of Psychological Science, researchers in Argentina have developed an app that helps professors design experiments around the psychological theories they’re teaching to their students.
Notes on Brain Camp
Summers have a special meaning, and perhaps purpose, for academics, whose lives are structured around the 9-month school year. For this reason, and because of the manifold opportunities for internships and summer schools available to
Telling a Story: The Secret Ingredient to Getting an NSF Fellowship
The National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) provides 3 years of generous funding for graduate students in the STEM or STEM education fields. The GRFP is one of the most esteemed and
Here, There, Everywhere
Psychological scientists have built thriving research careers outside the traditional boundaries of university psychology and behavioral science departments, including dentistry, optometry, engineering, music, fashion, and even physics.