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.”
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
Michele Nathan, the longest-tenured managing editor in the history of APS’s journals, is stepping away from this work in 2023. Two of her many longtime colleagues pay tribute to some of the ways in which her contributions have been so important to the science of psychology.
Communicating Psychological Science: 5 Tips for Creating an Effective Poster Presentation
Think of a poster as a creative visual outlet! And other engagement tips from 2022 APS Emerging Scholar Award winner Ha Bui.
Communicating Psychological Science: Why You Should Write an Op-Ed—and How to Start
Widely published researchers Lara B. Aknin and Elizabeth W. Dunn provide their insights and advice regarding writing and submitting op-eds to the media.
Fully Credited: Making Publishing More Equitable
A new model of “contributorship” addresses the marginalization of early-career researchers in scientific publications.