Strengthening Public Policy With Science
It is rare for a psychological scientist to be able to present his or her research to the president of the United States. Coreen Farris got that opportunity when she and her colleagues delivered a
The next energy revolution won’t be in wind or solar. It will be in our brains.
The Washington Post: In the arid lands of the Mojave Desert, Marine regimental commander Jim Caley traveled alongside a 24-mile stretch of road and saw trucks, tanks and armored tracked vehicles all idling in the heat — and
Finding the Right Fit May Help Veterans Transition to Civilian Jobs
For many veterans, the leap from military service to corporate cubicle can be a difficult career transition. Since 2001, nearly 3 million members of the U.S. military have completed their service and returned to civilian
Earning Their Wings in Science
For military psychological scientists like Lieutenant Commander Tatana Olson, scientific training includes aviation school.
Bending the Curve on a Long War’s Mental Toll
The Chronicle of Higher Education: Washington — The annual convention of the Association for Psychological Science, held here over the Memorial Day weekend, presented plenty of worry for those concerned over the field’s recent, high-profile
Most Effective PTSD Therapies Are Not Being Widely Used, Researchers Find
Clinical research has identified certain psychological interventions that effectively ameliorate the symptoms of PTSD, although most people struggling with the disorder don’t receive those treatments, according to a scientific review.