Psychological Science Agenda

A publication of the Science Directorate
January 2005 | Vol. 19, No. 1

SCIENCE BRIEFS

Aging Under Control?

By Margie E. Lachman, PhD

Adults with a lower sense of control may be more vulnerable to memory and health problems in later life, in part, because they are less likely to use compensatory strategies or adopt preventative behaviors.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • January 2005 Announcements
    2004 Meritorious Research Service Commendation Recognized at Board of Directors Meeting; NIH Open Access Policy on Indefinite Hold; Applications Now Available for 2005 Advanced Training Institutes; APA Summer Research Programs Ready for Applicants!; Call for Nominations: Meritorious Research Service Commendation; 2005 Academic Career Workshops; Call for Nominations: Master Lecturers and Distinguished Scientist Lecturers; The Joint Committee on Testing Practices Releases Revised Code of Fair Testing Practices in Education; Department of Homeland Security Scholars and Fellows Program; APF Requests Proposals for the Raymond A. and Rosalee G. Weiss Innovative Research and Programs Grant; Nominations Requested for the Jeffrey S. Tanaka Memorial Dissertation Award; 2005 NIH Director's Pioneer Award; NIH Resources for New Investigators; NSF's 2005 Human and Social Dynamics (HSD) Competition; 2005 Members of APA Science Board and Committees