Linehan Receives Grawemeyer Award for Psychology
APS James McKeen Cattell Fellow Marsha M. Linehan, whose groundbreaking research has focused on developing interventions for teens at high risk for suicide, as well as support networks for their families and friends, has won
Women‘s Colleges and the STEM Gender Gap
In a guest column, APS Fellow and Smith College President Kathleen McCartney explains how women’s colleges are uniquely positioned to counter the stubborn gender imbalance in scientific fields.
APS Teaching Fund Supports ‘The Learning Scientists’
Psychological scientist Yana Weinstein was feeling guilty one night about not doing enough to disseminate her research on learning to students — so she decided to take it to Twitter. Weinstein, an assistant professor at
Remembering George Mandler
A scientist who made historic contributions to the study of memory, consciousness, and emotion is remembered for his interest in the work of young researchers and his efforts to promote their work.
APS Encourages Student Researchers for Sixth Year
More than 150 student and faculty researchers from more than 25 institutions converged on Fordham University on October 23 for the 28th Greater New York Conference on Behavioral Research. This year’s conference featured 44 presentations
How to Get in: Applying to Psychology Grad School
So you think you want to be a psychological scientist? Well, the first step is applying to graduate school — a long, but exciting, process! To be a competitive applicant, you’ll want to have been