New Report Finds “Gaps and Variation” in Behavioral Science at NIH
A new NIH report emphasizes the importance of behavioral science in improving health, observes that support for these sciences at NIH is unevenly distributed, and makes recommendations for how to improve their support at the agency.
Funding and Policy: U.S. 2022 Budget Passes, Containing Important Provisions for Psychological Science
Aspects of the new budget reflect APS’s yearlong advocacy and priorities and carry increases for key funders.
Science in Service: Applying Psychological Science in the U.S. Air Force
William Aue applies psychological science to his research at the Air Force Research Laboratory at Write-Patterson Air Force Base.
APS COVID-19 Collaboration Offers Recommendations to White House on Community Mental Health
Experts from the APS Global Collaboration on COVID-19 have responded to a call for input on digital health from the White House.
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.
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.