Most Syrian Refugees Yearn to Return Home—but Those Who Want to Migrate West Are Least Likely to Hold Extremist Views
Research shows Syrian refugees were significantly more motivated to return home than to emigrate to the West. Those who were motivated to emigrate were the least likely to endorse extreme religious and political views.
Research Roundup: What’s ‘News’ in the APS Observer
In this special episode of Under the Cortex, the entire APS communications team shares its top highlights from the September/October 2021 Issue of the Observer.
NATO Grants for the Science of Peace and Security
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization Science for Peace and Security Programme provides funding for multi-year research and development projects related to security and NATO’s strategic objectives. Applications must be submitted jointly by a scientist residing and working in a NATO country and at least one co-director in a Partner country.
Back Page: Collaborating With a Crowd
An early professional setback inspired University of Sussex researcher Raphael Silberzahn to develop an innovative crowd-sourced research project.
BISTOPS Holds Inaugural Seminar on Teaching Psychological Science
Psychological scientists gathered in Paris, France to foster future research on teaching and learning psychology at the inaugural Biennial International Seminar on the Teaching of Psychological Science.
Your Participation Requested: International Gender Gap Project Survey
The US National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine and other groups have issued a survey to learn more about the problems social and behavioral scientists, as well as other researchers, face around the world.