Psychological Science Badge Program Encourages Open Practices, Study Shows

A new analysis indicates that the two-year-old Open Practices Badge program has positioned APS's flagship journal at the forefront of the research transparency and openness movement in scientific publishing. More>

      

Workshop Shows how to Make Open Science an Everyday Practice

In their workshop at the 2016 APS Annual Convention, Brian Nosek and Courtney Soderberg highlighted the tools that scientists can use to conduct research in a way that fosters reproducibility.

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Ariely Packs Address With Jokes, Anecdotes, and Lots of Science

At the Fred Kavli Keynote Address at the 2016 APS Annual Convention, Dan Ariely discussed his research showing how people rationalize dishonesty.

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Kraut to Lead PCSAS as New Executive Director

The Board of Directors of the Psychological Clinical Science Accreditation System (PCSAS) has announced that Alan G. Kraut will serve as Executive Director.

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Effective Apologies Include Six Elements

A new study identifies six key elements that greatly improve the perception and credibility of an apology.

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Albert Bandura Receives National Medal of Science

President Obama presented eminent psychology researcher Albert Bandura with the National Medal of Science in recognition of his extraordinary contributions to science.

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Hacking Memory to Follow Through with Intentions

Linking tasks that we intend to complete to distinctive cues that we’ll encounter at the right place and the right time may help us remember to follow through.

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