Psychological Science Agenda
Science BriefRodolfo Mendoza-Denton
- APA exhibit on psychology and environment attracts thousands at USA Science Expo
Exhibit educates public about behavioral factors influencing energy use and pollution
- BSA: Looking back and looking forward
Report from the Fall 2010 meeting of the Board of Scientific Affairs
By Robyn Fivush and M. Lynne Cooper, PhD
- Announcing the winners of the 2010 APF/COGDOP graduate research scholarships in psychology
Thirteen awards given to student researchers whose work reflects excellence in psychological science
By Rachel Martin
From the Committee on Human Research
- Interdisciplinary and multi-site studies: Ethical challenges for psychologists
Team science poses challenges to traditional research practices
From the Science Student Council
- Building your marketability throughout your graduate school career
How to expand your skill set while in school to be more appealing to future employers
By Winny Shen
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Science Highlights from the November Monitor
Your brain on culture
The burgeoning field of cultural neuroscience is finding that culture influences brain development, and perhaps vice versa.
Revisiting philosophy with fMRI
A new generation of philosophers is using behavioral science tools to test long-standing questions about human morality.
What works to protect cognition
Lifestyle interventions show promise, but the research remains inconclusive.
Getting research into the real world
Psychologists in the burgeoning field of dissemination and implementation science are testing creative ways to improve health care and lower costs.
Evidence-based psychology in action
This intervention framework seeks to overcome the barriers to putting effective prevention and treatment programs in place.
Surviving the media onslaught
Psychologists’ research is pointing to ways Americans can find balance between online and offline worlds.
Microsoft psychologist Kevin Larson teams with typographers and computer engineers to improve our ability to read onscreen.
Images of the unimaginable
Psychologists are helping astronomers create pictures that inform and awe.
A second chance for the Mexican wolf
Psychologists’ interventions could help save an endangered species — and transform wildlife management worldwide.
Research on psychedelics makes a comeback
These drugs may be useful for treating mood and anxiety symptoms.
Psychology's history museum is open to the public
New museum is linked to Akron psychology archives.
Raccoon intelligence at the borderlands of science
Is it time to bring raccoons back to the psychology laboratory?
A sample of recently published findings.