Defending Rigorous Science Down Under
In 1988, the same year that APS was founded in the United States, psychological scientists in Australia faced a major education reform that greatly expanded the number of universities in our country: The Australian government
Can DUI Checkpoints Change Perceptions of the Police?
New Year’s Eve is near, and police will be especially vigilant about pulling over drivers they suspect of being drunk. While traffic stops pop up more frequently around holidays, they actually represent the most common
Maximizing the Gains and Minimizing the Pains of Diversity
For organizations, diversity pays off. Empirical research has shown that diversity increases creativity and innovation and promotes better decision making because it spurs deeper information processing and complex thinking. In a new report, an international research
Three Tactics for Tackling Unethical Behavior
Unethical behavior isn’t necessarily the price of doing business. An international research team highlights steps organizations can take to combat unethical behavior on the job.
Changing the Climate on Climate Change
A team of scientists highlight evidence-based “best practice” insights that stand to improve public policy and decision making on climate change.
The Working World Has a Sleep Crisis
The United States is facing a public health crisis when it comes to sleep, and psychological scientists are calling for action. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends at least 10 hours of daily