Psychological Science Agenda

A publication of the Science Directorate
April 2007 | Vol. 21, No. 4

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S COLUMN

Science, Practice, and Federal Funding

By Steven Breckler, PhD

Much of what we do as a science depends on grants from NIH, NSF, DoD, NASA, Education, DHS, and other federal agencies. We work closely with the funding agencies, and we make sure that their congressional authorizations and budgets are inclusive of psychological research.

SPECIAL SECTION

  • Science Governance News
    The Board of Scientific Affairs was asked to comment on the proposed revisions of the Recommended Guidelines in Postdoctoral Training in Psychopharmacology for Prescription Privileges and Model Legislation.

FROM THE APA SCIENCE STUDENT COUNCIL

  • Going to the APA Convention?
    This month, and every month for the next year or so, the Science Student Council will present useful information that other graduate students need to know

ALSO IN THIS ISSUE

ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • April 2007 Announcements
    Research funding available for stigma and mental illness; Grants Available for Scientific Conferences, Proposals Invited; Announcing the 2007 APF/COGDOP Graduate Research Scholarships; Funding Available for Violence Prevention; 2007 Academic Career Workshops; APA Science Directorate Publishes Pamphlets on fMRI and Psychological Science; APA Training Institutes on GIS & Web-Based Research; Early Researcher Awards Deadline Set