National Academy of Sciences Elects Four APS Fellows
Disrupting the Impacts of Implicit Bias
The US National Academies includes APS Members, research in this important program.
Four APS Fellows Elected to National Academy of Sciences
The newly elected members include 59 women, the most in a single year, and 30 international members.
APS Members Named to NASEM Committee Examining Behavioral Ontologies
APS members and other psychological scientists have been named to oversee a new National Academy of Sciences project taking shape. This month, NASEM has named a slate of 16 individuals who will serve on the committee overseeing the study; eminent psychological scientists will be featured on the panel.
New Guidance on Encouraging Protective COVID-19 Behaviors Among Students
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, through its Societal Experts Action Network (SEAN), released a new rapid consultation report titled Encouraging Protective COVID-19 Behaviors Among College Students to provide guidance for the 2021 spring semester.
National Academies Releases Report on How Behavioral Science Can Reduce National Food Waste
The National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine released a consensus study report in August detailing strategies for reducing food waste at the consumer level.