Representation and Relevance: Diverse Scholars Share Ideas for a More Equitable Field
In this edition of Student Notebook, we invited diverse scholars within the APSSC community to share some of their perspectives and experiences as young scholars from marginalized groups and their hopes for creating a more inclusive and equitable psychological science.
Behavioral Insights in the Global South
Seven authors provide case studies that illustrate both the potential of behavioral science to improve people’s lives and some of the unique challenges of applying it in Global South settings.
Latin American Psychological Science: Will the Global North Make Room?
Seven authors outline factors that influence scientific advancements in Latin America and identify potential avenues for reframing research conducted in the region, especially by Latin American researchers, in the global scientific landscape.
Reducing Biases in the Graduate School Admissions Process
During the Inclusivity Spotlight discussion at the 2022 APS Annual Convention, three social scientists who are thought leaders in the area of diversity, equity, and inclusion in higher education shared research-based perspectives on and potential solutions to bias in the graduate admissions process.
Navigating Academia as Neurodivergent Researchers: Promoting Neurodiversity Within Open Scholarship
Where are all the neurodivergent scholars and research participants? Eight scholars make the case for greater adoption of open scholarship practices, “slow science,” intersectional collaboration, and more.
Fully Credited: Making Publishing More Equitable
A new model of “contributorship” addresses the marginalization of early-career researchers in scientific publications.