APS Members Named to NASEM Committee Examining Behavioral Ontologies
APS members and other psychological scientists have been named to oversee a new National Academy of Sciences project taking shape. This month, NASEM has named a slate of 16 individuals who will serve on the committee overseeing the study; eminent psychological scientists will be featured on the panel.
Policy Watch: Behavioral Science Momentum in 2021
Key developments at the U.S. National Institutes of Health and the European Research Council.
Notes From a Fellow: From Academia to Government, A Whole New World
The Office of Evaluation Science’s project planning practices help researchers check all the boxes.
Inside Grants: U.S. National Institutes of Health F32 Postdoctoral Fellowship
Postdoctoral fellow Virginia Salo and her mentor, APS Fellow Kathryn Humphreys, share insights on this early-career award.
European Parliament Approves Seven-Year EU Budget
After much deliberation, the European Parliament has approved a seven-year European Union (EU) budget that will provide funds for 2021-2027.
U.S. Congress Includes APS Priorities in FY 21 Funding Legislation
With the stroke of the president’s pen, a new U.S. appropriations bill becomes law—and it’s one that carries good news for psychological science.