New Content From Perspectives on Psychological Science
A sample of articles on assessing and mitigating bias in AI applications for mental health, investigating coping vs. thriving, exploring mnemicity attribution as a cognitive gadget, and much more.
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.
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.
Psychological Science Editorial Connects New Submission Evaluation Criteria to APS Strategic Plan
Changes at the flagship journal align with two strategic goals in APS’s five-year strategic plan.
New Research in Psychological Science
A sample of research on positive psychological factors, the moral significance of aesthetics in nature imagery, attention, the status quo and its relationship to technology, and much more.
SAGE 10-Year Impact Awards Honor Two APS Articles
Two 2011 APS journal articles exploring the rise of Amazon Mechanical Turk (MTurk) and the risk of accepting false-positive findings have received SAGE Publishing’s third annual 10-Year Impact Awards.