Clinical Psychological Science Through the Lens of RDoC: New Advances and Future Directions
October 20, 2020 3:30 – 4:45 PM ET
Register now for a special webinar from APS featuring the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Research Domain Criteria (RDoC) Unit. To commemorate the initiative’s 10th anniversary in 2020, the event will feature RDoC-informed research conducted by clinical psychological scientists and a special presentation by an RDoC representative.
The RDoC research framework integrates many levels of information that spans the full range of human behavior to better understand the nature of mental health and illness. The goal of RDoC is to provide information on basic biological and cognitive processes that lead to mental health and illness—insights which may help inform development of mental health screening tools, treatments, and diagnostic systems. Learn more about RDoC by clicking here.
- Autumn Kujawa – Vanderbilt University
- Annmarie MacNamara – Texas A&M University
- Vijay Mittal – Northwestern University
NIH-Funded Basic Experimental Studies with Humans (BESH): Registration and Results Reporting
August 26, 2020
You are invited to join a special webinar presented by the National Institutes of Health Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research (OBSSR) and National Library of Medicine (NLM) in partnership with APS on the topic of publicly disseminating information about basic behavioral science studies and other Basic Experimental Studies with Humans (BESH) funded by NIH. Hear from OBSSR Director and psychological scientist William Riley; NLM Acting Director, ClinicalTrials.gov Rebecca Williams; and NLM Results Team Manager, ClinicalTrials.gov Elisa Golfinopoulos on the following topics:
- NIH’s Basic Experimental Studies with Humans (BESH) set of funding opportunity announcements (FOAs), and what they mean for APS members
- Expectations regarding registration and results reporting of NIH-funded BESH research
- Analyses conducted by NLM staff related to reporting information about BESH to ClinicalTrials.gov
- Key factors to consider for disseminating clinical trial information about BESH
This webinar is designed for psychological scientists conducting research within NIH’s mission and for those with an interest in learning more about this important research area.
Applying Methods from Psychological Science to Experiments in Government
July 29, 2020
Read a summary Observations piece on the webinar here:
This free virtual workshop was presented by the Office of Evaluation Sciences (OES) in partnership with APS.
Learn how psychological scientists can help apply research insights to government programs and policies. The workshop covered:
- Methods for designing, analyzing, and building reproducibility and transparency into large-scale field experiments on government programs and policies
- How psychological scientists can get involved in applied research to support evidence-based policymaking
The workshop was for established psychological scientists and scientists in training who have experience with methods for reproducible research in the laboratory and would like to extend those methods to large-scale field experiments in the government context.