The National Science Foundation is seeking grant proposals for its Smart & Connected Communities program. Applicants for funding are expected to pursue research activities studying how inhabitants of communities are increasingly connected by smart technologies. Proposals must meaningfully integrate across both behavioral science and technological research dimensions. Preliminary proposals are due November 30, 2016. For more information, see the program solicitation here.
NIH has issued a Request for Information asking the community to weigh in on a number of questions related to basic behavioral science, and NIH needs to hear from individual scientists like you that basic human subjects research should not be classified as clinical trials. More
With support from the James McKeen Cattell Fund, four researchers are devoting sabbaticals to advancing research on active sensing, spatial and episodic memory, and children’s emotional development. More
The study of time perception serves as a hallmark of integrative science, mixing linguistics, cognitive neuroscience, and attention research to explore the ways people feel the minutes and hours pass. And increasingly, this research is focusing on the role that emotion plays in distorting our sense of time. More