Psychological Science Agenda
SCIENCE BRIEFSJohn Jonides, PhD and Derek Evan Nee
We are constantly faced with situations in which we have to resolve conflict in order to behave appropriately. What are the mechanisms that help us resolve conflict? Is there but one, or are there many?
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S COLUMN
SCIENCE DIRECTORATE CONVENTION PROGRAMS
- Cognition to Primate Genetics: What to Expect in Honolulu
Five distinguished scientists will give Master Lectures at the APA Convention. This year’s speakers will present the best of psychological science on a range of topics from methodological innovation to learning and inhibition to biases and prejudice to psychopathology to primate behavior.
By Jean Kelleher
SCIENCE PUBLIC POLICY NEWS
- A Rallying Cry for Psychological Science
Concerns Surround Funding for Scientific Research
By Geoff Mumford
- APA Member Advocates for Research at Senate Appearance
Christopher Sager expressed APA's support for psychological research funded by the Department of Defense (DoD) and our concern over deep cuts to DoD human-centered research programs proposed in the President's FY05 budget.
By Heather O'Beirne Kelly
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
- May 2004 Announcements
Psychologists Elected to National Academies of Sciences and American Academy of Arts and Sciences; Grants Available for Scientific Conferences: Proposals Invited; Two Former APA Award Recipients Receive Honors for Their Work in the Brain Sciences; APA Invites Nominations for Distinguished Science Awards; Report of the Task Force on Psychological Testing on the Internet Now Available; APF/COGDOP Graduate Research Scholarships in Psychology
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