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.
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Why Outfitting Police in Military Uniforms Encourages Brutality
APS Member/Author: Adam Galinsky As protests over the systemic brutality by law enforcement against Black Americans continue, an enduring image will be of a blue wall of police, outfitted in helmets and riot gear, prepared
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.
CRFP Alumni in Their Own Words
Elizabeth Salmon is a postdoctoral Consortium Research Fellow working in the Personnel Assessment Research Unit (PARU) within the US Army Research Institute at Ft. Belvoir, Virginia. PARU researchers focus on developing and evaluating assignment measures
The Consortium Research Fellows Program as a Career-Launching Opportunity
What if students in psychological science could access a specialized, high-level federal research facility where they would be employed and could conduct thesis/dissertation research and other research projects, as well as have opportunities to start