Upcoming PSPI Live: Psychological Interventions for the Treatment of Chronic Pain

Register now for the free PSPI Live webinar on June 28 that will focus on the latest psychological interventions regarding the treatment of chronic pain in adults.

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APS Research Topics: LGBTQ+

Psychological scientists can help pave the way to greater acceptance for members of the LGBTQ+ community.

To celebrate 2022’s Pride Month, go through APS’s collection of previously published articles, features, and news stories regarding the LGBTQ+ community, including research on prejudice, sexuality, and the health of the LGBTQ+ population, the impact of acceptance and body autonomy on transgender individuals, and much more.

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New Report Finds “Gaps and Variation” in Behavioral Science at NIH

Urged by Congress, study sets out steps to improve field’s role at agency

A new National Institutes of Health (NIH) report emphasizes the importance of behavioral science in improving health, observes that support for these sciences at NIH is unevenly distributed, and makes recommendations for how to improve their support at the agency. APS had called for the report in conversations with policymakers as an important step toward growing behavioral science’s role at NIH.

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