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The biologist and primatologist Frans de Waal likes to show a video from 1936 of two chimpanzees moving a heavy box. They pull in tandem. They break in sync. They’re the ape equivalent of officemates. One of the chimps gets fed, and with his motivation removed, he’s suddenly much less interested...
In a symposium chaired by APS Treasurer Roberta Klatzky, leaders in the area of reproducibility convened to review some of the steps currently being taken to shore up confidence in conclusions about psychological phenomena.The panelists discussed ways to make psychological science more robust in...
At a special event exploring the urgent need for more racial and ethnic diversity in psychological science, APS Fellow Robert M. Sellers analyzed some of the reasons the field is dominated by Western, educated, industrialized, rich, Democrat (WEIRD) individuals. He noted that 60% of US studies and...
The psychological factors that play into the criminal justice system, from police interrogations to jury verdicts and sentencing decisions, were highlighted in a cross-cutting theme program at the APS Annual Convention in New York City. The session included a look at myths and facts about...

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