Under the Cortex Special Episode: 6 Young Researchers Discuss the Forefront of Psychological Science
In this special episode of Under the Cortex, we talk with some of the most recent Spence Award winner
Methodologies and the Evolution of Science
Reflecting on the President’s Column in the March/April issue of the Observer, NPR science correspondent Joe Palca, who earned a PhD in psychology from the University of California, Santa Cruz, offers his unique take on
Sbarra Receives Varda Shoham Clinical Scientist Training Award
Throughout her distinguished 30-year career, Past APS Board Member Varda Shoham was deeply involved in improving the training for the next generation of clinical scientists. When Shoham passed away in 2014 after a 4-year battle
Translating Psychological Science to Law (and Back)
My guest columnists this month are Jerry Kang, the Korea Times-Hankook Ilbo Chair in Korean American Studies and Law at UCLA, and APS Fellow Nilanjana Dasgupta, a professor of psychology at University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Great Results in the Psych Lab—But Do They Hold Up in the Field?
How well do findings in the psychology lab generalize to real life? This criterion—“external validity”—is probably the most important for experimental psychology. So it was good news when, in 1999, Craig A. Anderson and his
The Bicultural Scientist: Traveling in the Twin Worlds of Basic and Translational Science
Hirsh-Pasek (left) and Golinkoff The dawning of the 21st century ushered in the era of translational science. Signs of the seismic shift in our field of developmental psychology are everywhere. Premier journals such as Child