In Their Own Words: Lives Lost in 2021
Excerpts from the research of a few of the remarkable psychological scientists we said goodbye to this year.
Remembering James S. Jackson (1944–2020)
The pioneering social psychologist, known for his research on race and ethnicity, racism, and health and aging among African Americans, is remembered for his extraordinary vision, innovative scholarship, infectious optimism, and generosity as a mentor.
Remembering Gordon Bower (1932–2020)
Fifteen colleagues and friends reflect on Gordon Bower’s influence on them and his legacy’s impact on the field.
James S. Jackson (1944-2020)
APS James McKeen Cattell Fellow James S. Jackson, a pioneering social psychologist known for his research on race and ethnicity, racism, and health and aging among African Americans, died on September 1, 2020.
APS Past President Gordon H. Bower (1932-2020)
A Charter Member of APS, Bower served as President from 1991-1993 and was a longtime psychology professor at Stanford University.
Remembering Walter Mischel (1930-2018)
Colleagues and friends celebrate the vast scholarly contributions, curiosity, energy, and warmth of the pioneering scientist and APS Past President.