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A Note from the President
Welcome to an exciting time in the history of a new discipline! A new field has been founded in the studies of science—the International Society for the Psychology of Science & Technology (ISPST) along with its newly established Journal of Psychology of Science & Technology soon to be published as an e-journal on our website - and previously published by Springer Publishing. The society gives voice and organization to a diverse group of psychological scholars of scientific and technological thought and behavior from around the world. A psychological perspective is not only a welcome addition to the well-established studies of science—history, philosophy, and sociology—but it is a necessary perspective if we are to more fully understand science and technology at both the individual and group level.

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Register for the ISPST 2012 Conference in Pittsburgh, PA

Visit the ISPST 2012 website: https://sites.google.com/site/ispst2012/ All authors of posters or papers at ISPST 2012Read More...

Greg's interview with the New Scientist

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Article in the Times Higher Education about Berkeley Conference

Zoe Corbyn has written up a very nice and insightful piece about the struggles of the psychology of science and our society has in establishing in the Times of Higher Education (a UK publication).  I do like the title “Ahead of the Curve.”...

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Gooding Memorial Meeting, Sept. 22-23

A conference will be held 22nd and 23rd September 2010 at the University of Bath in memory of David Gooding's contribution to the understanding of science. In recognition of his many contributions, papers will be given by speakers who knew David and...

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Download the 2010 ISPST conference program

Download a copy of the program for the 2010 ISPST conference here

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