APS Urges Psychological Science Expertise in New U.S. Pandemic Task Force
APS has responded to urge that psychological science expertise be included in the group’s personnel and activities.
NIDCR “Building Bridges” Travel Award
This recognition is meant to forge connections between research in psychological science and dental, oral, and craniofacial health at the 2023 APS Annual Convention.
Inside Grants: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
Keiko Ishii, an associate professor in the Graduate School of Informatics at Nagoya University, received her first JSPS research grant in 2000.
Policy in Action: Setting the Stage for Science in 2022
Following a whirlwind 2021 for science in policymaking, APS’s government relations team previews the policy agenda for 2022.
Science in Service: Making Noise That Can’t Be Missed
Tom Hilton’s decades of government service as an industrial/organizational psychologist has shown me time and again that it is possible for research to affect public and organizational policies and practices
NIH Behavioral Science Office Identifies Research Accomplishments from the Field
These accomplishments highlight the ways in which NIH-funded behavioral and social science research has helped our understanding of human health and disease.