APS Provides Recommendations to NIH Initiative Combatting Structural Racism
The initiative, called UNITE, aims to understand and address racism in the broader scientific community and more specifically in NIH-supported work. APS’s comments, informed by psychological science, echo the value of improving inclusivity and diversity in science.
Breaking News: NIH Extends Flexibilities for Registration and Reporting of Research Results
A set of policies that would affect NIH-funded basic experimental studies with humans, opposed by APS, has been delayed another two years.
Policy Watch: APS Members Named to NASEM Committee on Behavioral Ontologies
The committee aims to develop a shared language and concepts for behavioral science research.
Notes From a Fellow: Making Secondary Data a Priority
OES uses existing administrative data to generate behavioral insights.
Inside Grants: UK Economic and Social Research Council Research Grant
Cognitive scientist Jennifer Culbertson shares insights on the Economic and Social Research Council’s grant.
APS Provides Recommendations to NSF
NSF has recently asked the scientific community to comment on (1) its strategic planning process for the 2022-2026 period, and (2) how it can expand its efforts to guide internal evidence-building and program evaluation processes.