Productive Failure and the New Frontiers of Psychology Education
During the Teaching Institute at APS’s 2023 international convention in Brussels, teachers of psychology from around the world learned from experts and peers how novel empirical approaches might strengthen their own teaching.
Research at the Interface of Artificial Intelligence and Psychological Science, 2018–2022
A collection of research on various aspects of AI, published between 2018 and 2022 in the APS journals.
Back Page: Creativity Research and the Power of Problem Identification
Jing Zhou discusses her research in organizational behavior and the factors that facilitate or inhibit creativity and innovation.
P is for Problem, Publish, and Psychology: Multilingual Scholars and the Challenges of Publishing in English
Two Filipina researchers advocate for broader representation in academic psychology and outline considerations for others whose first language is not English.
Finding the Right Place for a Home Office
Earlier this year, I faced a conundrum that many of us who work from home know well: Where in the house can I actually work? Unless you’re blessed with a home large enough for a
PSPI Report Examines Collaborative Problem-Solving
In a new PSPI report, APS Fellow Arthur C. Graesser and a team of researchers delve into the collaborative skills that researchers will need to address real-world problems in technology, environment, education, and more.