Psychological Science Agenda

A publication of the Science Directorate
January 2006 | Vol. 20, No. 1

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S COLUMN

A Rose by Any Other Name

By Steven Breckler, PhD

The American Psychological Society (APS) has renamed itself the Association for Psychological Science. The APS was formed to develop a sustained message about the importance of science in people's daily lives and to emphasize the role of basic science research in the study of behavior.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • January 2006 Announcements
    Upcoming Deadlines: Advanced Training Institutes (ATIs); Family Research Consortium IV Announces its 3rd Annual Summer Institute; The Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) Awards Summer Fellowships; Submit your Applications for Department of Homeland Security Fellowship Program!; Call for Nominations for 2006 McGuigan Prize; New Training Grants for Neuroscience Research, Deadline Nears; New Journal Gives Researchers a Voice in Ethics Debates; Call for Nominations: Meritorious Research Service Commendation; Call for Nominations: Neal Miller Distinguished Lecture; NIMH Workshop for Emerging Research Investigators in Pediatric Mental Health: Making a Successful Transition to Research Career Independence