The Drs. Nicholas and Dorothy Cummings Center for the History of Psychology includes the Archives of the History of American Psychology, the National Museum of Psychology, and the Institute for Human Science and Culture. Drawing on more than 6,000 linear feet of archival collections, the Center explores what it means to be human through the history of psychology, human science, and culture. Digital exhibits, launched in Smithsonian Learning Labs, explore topics such as intelligence testing and eugenics and the history of ideas about creativity. Public galleries and educational programs explore topics ranging from how science has studied race and gender to how drums were used to mark moments of importance in Native American life. Together, these exhibits and programs encourage visitors to learn more about what it means to be human and to think empathetically about the varieties of human experience.