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What you eat each meal impacts your body — and your brain. March is National Nutrition Month, and psychological science can help us understand the social, mental, and behavioral factors that impact how we choose food on a daily basis. ... More>
The NIH Common Fund’s Strengthening the Biomedical Research Workforce program announces a new Funding Opportunity to solicit applications for the Broadening Experiences in Scientific Training (BEST) awards. ... More>
The NIH’s Basic Behavioral and Social Science Opportunity Network, announces its first FY2014 RFA: Short-term mentored career enhancement awards in the basic behavioral and social sciences: Cross-training at the intersection of animal models and human investigation (K18: RFA-DA-14-002). ... More>
By most measures, we are living in the golden age of the social and behavioral sciences. Despite the modest amount and portion of funding it receives and its relevance and impact on human problems and potential, the behavioral and social sciences have many powerful critics, especially some members of Congress. ... More>
National Institutes of Health Director announced that APS Fellow and Charter Member Richard Nakamura will be the new director for the NIH’s Center for Scientific Review (CSR). Nakamura has been serving as the acting director since September 2011. ... More>