Representation and Relevance: Diverse Scholars Share Ideas for a More Equitable Field
In this edition of Student Notebook, we invited diverse scholars within the APSSC community to share some of their perspectives and experiences as young scholars from marginalized groups and their hopes for creating a more inclusive and equitable psychological science.
There Are Better Ways to Study That Will Last You a Lifetime
Picture your preschooler’s teacher pulling you aside at pickup time to say that your child was “not taking responsibility” for learning the alphabet. You’d be puzzled and probably angry. It’s not up to a 4-year-old
Student Notebook: Beginning Your Collaborative Writing Journey
Nidhi Sinha explores the benefits of collaborative writing for graduate students: “The more people you involve in your research, the better experience, productivity, and research satisfaction you will receive in the long run.”
New Research in Psychological Science
A sample of research on feeling good, how perceived distance alters memory, prenatal programming of behavior problems, the impacts of COVID-19 on college students, the connections between racial prejudice and police militarization, and much more.
Student Notebook: Clinical Psychology Graduate Student Adaptation—Living and Learning
Mariana Furtado explores how unhealthy competition among students can shape their graduate-school experience and affect their mental health.
APS Articles on Juvenile Recidivism, the Gender/Sex Binary Win SPSP Awards
Two APS journal articles—one published in Psychological Science and the other in Perspectives on Psychological Science—have been singled out for awards from The Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP).