Traditional intelligence tests are outdated and should be replaced by those that are based on brain function.
In this issue
- Passion-driven statistics: Breaking disparities and opening the analytics economy to everyone
This statistical curriculum engages students by allowing them to choose their own research questions and learn the usefulness of data to answer questions of interest.
By Lisa Dierker
- Scholar-activism, oral history methods and cross-divisional immigration advocacy
CODAPAR project supports the development of strategies and practices fostering psychologists’ work in collaboration with on-the-ground community leaders addressing immigrants’ needs.
By Anne Galletta
- Brief summary report on the February 2020 APA Council of Representatives meeting
COR and executive committee members share key outcomes of the APA council meeting.
By Rachel T Fouladi, PhD, and Matthew S. Fritz
- Publication corner
This column provides a brief synopsis and reference information for select recent journal publications.
- What’s new in books
Browse the latest titles in the fields of quantitative and qualitative methodology.