Making the Most of University Museums
Tufts University psychological scientist Heather L. Urry has found a way to incorporate the school’s art gallery into an undergraduate course on coding facial movements – illustrating how museums are teaming with psychology faculty for collaborative instruction.
Psychological Scientists Receive Grants for Integrative Research
APS Fellow Franco Pestilli and Terry Sejnowski have garnered grants from a National Science Foundation program supporting basic brain research.
Behavior Research at the Root of Cattell Fund Projects
The 2017–2018 James McKeen Cattell Fund Fellowships have been awarded to APS Fellow Koraly Perez-Edgar, Melissa Glenn, Paula Niedenthal, and Kiran Soma. Presented in partnership with APS, the fellowships allow recipients to extend their sabbatical
CRFP Alumni in Their Own Words
Elizabeth Salmon is a postdoctoral Consortium Research Fellow working in the Personnel Assessment Research Unit (PARU) within the US Army Research Institute at Ft. Belvoir, Virginia. PARU researchers focus on developing and evaluating assignment measures
Scientists Share How Faces Guide and Reflect Our Lives
A special issue of Current Directions in Psychological Science brings together innovative research and theory in psychological science, computer science, neuroscience, and related fields, illuminating the myriad ways in which face perception infuses how we
NSF Program Awards $1 Million in Research Grants to Two Psychological Scientists
APS Fellow Franco Pestilli and psychological scientist Terry Sejnowski are among the recipients of grants being awarded by a National Science Foundation (NSF) program supporting basic brain research.