New Tools for Designing Powerful Studies
Psychological scientists offer open-source tools to help researchers ensure their studies are adequately powered.
Update on AMPPS: APS’s Newest Journal to Feature a Range of Empirical Articles and Topical Issues in Research Methods
The new APS journal devoted to research methods and practices is receiving a steady flow of submissions and has already accepted a number of papers for publication.
Mindfulness and Meditation Need More Rigorous Study, Less Hype
The spread of mindfulness and meditation as wellness tools outpaces scientific evidence, a team of researchers concludes.
New Research From Psychological Science
A sample of new research exploring the social effects of gossiping about deviance, sex differences in kids’ use of spatial language, and sample-size planning for accurate statistical power.
Estes Fund Grants Aim to Raise Awareness of Computational Tools
The William K. and Katherine W. Estes Fund, which was created to honor the legacy of influential psychological scientist Bill Estes, has awarded three grants for programs focused on increasing awareness of how computational tools
Darcia Narvaez Receives Inaugural Expanded Reason Award
Darcia Narvaez, a professor of psychology at the University of Notre Dame and a Fellow at the Institute for Educational Initiatives, has been selected to receive the inaugural Expanded Reason Award. The award, presented by