The National Academy of Science (NAS) is asking psychological scientists to identify opportunities in the behavioral sciences that can contribute to the efforts of the intelligence community and national security issues.
Specifically, NAS has issued a call for brief white papers on “current and emerging research concepts, methods, tools, techniques, and ideas” that have potential applications to national security.
White papers are due on June 12, 2017, and should be no longer than 2,000 words. Click here to learn more about the call for papers or to submit a paper. This the NAS’s second call for papers on this topic: Click on this link to read previously-submitted white papers.