The Russell Sage Foundation (RSF) has announced a new grant opportunity connected to a special initiative titled “Decision Making and Human Behavior in Context.” If interested, psychological scientists and others are invited to submit a letter of inquiry to RSF.
RSF seeks to support cutting-edge decision-making research from a variety of methodological perspectives that will advance knowledge of behavior and decision making in the context of work, race, ethnicity, immigration, and social inequality.
Priority will be given to proposals related to RSF’s core programs and special initiatives, which aim to improve social and living conditions in the United States, with particular interest in the following areas:
- Biases and misperceptions
- Motivations and incentives
- Habits and behavior change
- Affect and emotions
- Networks and connections
Letters of inquiry to RSF should be submitted by May 23, 2019. Full proposals will be due by August 15, 2019.