Science Policy Insider News

Science Directorate
July 2004

Science Policy Insider News (July 2004)

Funny Feelings Focus of Department of Justice Workshop

For a day and a half at the end of June, passersby may have had a hunch that something exciting was happening at Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia. Or, more to the point, they might have had a gut feeling that a group of august researchers were partnering with a who's who of the law enforcement and intelligence communities to talk about the phenomenology of "intuition"…because that's precisely what happened.

Interpersonal Deceptive Practices

There is a long and robust record of scientific investigation into detecting interpersonal deception.

Coalition to Protect Research

The scientific community needs your help. Over the last year, there has been a steady increase in attacks on peer-reviewed research funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Also in this Issue

Look for these Public Policy-Related Events at the APA Convention!; CNSF Reception; Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them; National Children's Study Adopts National Probability Sampling Strategy; New Acting Chief Research and Development Officer Comes on Board at the VA; Have You Supported Scientific Integrity Today?; House Appropriations Committee Approves Spending Bill for HHS-Education Programs