Psychological Science Agenda
SCIENCE BRIEFSPatricia J. Bauer, PhD
Whereas memories of many past experiences seemingly come and go, there is a period of life from which adults reliably fail to recall much if anything at all.
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SCIENCE PUBLIC POLICY NEWS
- NIH Working Group on Basic Behavioral and Social Science Research Reports at Advisory Committee Meeting
The Working Group released an inventory of basic behavioral and social research in each of the NIH institutes that reported supporting it, with titles of some grants shown as examples.
By Patricia Kobor
- Senate Confirms New Director of NSF and Psychologist for National Science Board
On November 20th, the Senate confirmed appointments of eight scientists to the National Science Board (NSB), the 24-member independent body designated by Congress to oversee and establish policies for the National Science Foundation (NSF) and provide advice to the President and Congress on science and engineering issues.
By Heather O'Beirne Kelly
Abrams Named Director of NIH Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research; Elizabeth Loftus Chosen for 2005 Grawemeyer Award; Applications Now Available for 2005 Advanced Training Institutes; APA Science Student Council Call for Nominations; APA Summer Research Programs Ready for Applicants!; Call for Nominations: Meritorious Research Service Commendation; Call for Nominations: Master Lecturers and Distinguished Scientist Lecturers; Apply for the Positive Psychology Summer Institute; Promoting Psychological Research and Training on Health Disparities Issues at Ethnic Minority Serving Institutions (PRoDIGS): Request for Proposals (RFP); Proposals Sought for LGB Research; Apply for Gerson Grant for Family, Couple, Multi-Generational Processes; NIH Updates Grant Review Criteria—Changes Take Effect in Summer ‘05
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