Psychological Science in the Public Interest

Presidential candidates use them to persuade voters, drug companies use them to sell their products, and the media spin them in all kinds of ways, but nobody – candidates, reporters, let alone health consumers – understands them. Health statistics fill today’s information environment, but even most doctors, who must make More

Reports published in the APS journal Psychological Science in the Public Interest (PSPI) are produced by teams of scholars from different perspectives —  and sometimes different disciplines — whose mission is to produce a consensus on a socially or politically relevant topic about which our science has something to contribute. More