Communicating Psychological Science: The Importance of Common Language
Özge Gürcanlı Fischer-Baum explores the often overlooked need to create a common language between specialists and non-specialists.
Kid-Edited Journal Pushes Scientists for Clear Writing on Complex Topics
The reviewer was not impressed with the paper written by Israeli brain researcher Idan Segev and a colleague from Switzerland. “Professor Idan,” she wrote to Segev. “I didn’t understand anything that you said.” Segev and
Smooth Operator: The Editor Who Keeps the APS Journals Machine Flowing
Communicating Psychological Science: Fan Favorite Carmen Callizo-Romero on Presenting a Thesis in Just 3 Minutes
2022 Pitch Perfect Fan Favorite Carmen Callizo-Romero discusses preparing her 3-minute thesis, the benefits of competing, and her advice for future competitors.
How Do We Know Ourselves? Part 1 of 3 With David Myers
Social psychologist David Myers joined APS’s Ludmila Nunes to speak about his career, his new book, and how we really do know ourselves.
Communicating Psychological Science: Engaging the Youngest of Audiences
It’s much harder to share the science with younger children than adolescents and teenagers, whose brains can handle more detailed and complex ideas. But, although the youngest audiences may not be receptive to research, they can be reached in various other ways.