Drs. Norwood, Hatvany, Griffith and two student authors, recently published an article titled “Scholarly Accomplishments: A United States Survey of Academic Psychologists” in the journal – Current Psychology, in its February 2024 issue. The paper contributed to the academic literature by establishing average metrics in scholarly activity across different forms of academic productivity, including published papers, conference presentations, book chapters and average annual grant monies obtained. Given that scholarly output is used as an indicator in tenure and promotion processes, the present study provides essential reference information for academic psychologists in the United States. Read the paper here.