Psychological Science Agenda: Past Issues

  • December 2014

    This newsletter addresses Advanced Training Institutes for summer 2015, Congress fighting scientific research, data sharing, APA Summer Science Fellowships for undergraduates, Master Lecturers and Distinguished Scientist Lecturers, federal research funding opportunities for psychology and Science highlights from the December Monitor.

  • November 2014

    This newsletter addresses how genes and environments (co-)act to shape how we age cognitively, Steven Breckler leaving APA, Catherine Lord elected to Institute of Medicine, working on policy in Washington, D.C., substance use and brain development, federal budget blog, interviewing for academic positions, Summer Science Fellowships, federal research funding opportunities and Science highlights from the November Monitor.

  • October 2014

    This newsletter addresses women in STEM, APF/COGDOP Graduate Research Scholarships, impacts of climate change, Golden Goose Award, research ethics in the digital age, APA Federal Budget Blog, reviewing manuscripts, the Ebola crisis, federal research funding and Science highlights from the October Monitor.

  • September 2014

    This newsletter addresses psychosocial dynamics of body weight, the revised “Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing,” Leah Somerville receiving the F. J. McGuigan Early Career Investigator Prize, APA’s 2014 Summer Science Fellowship at George Mason University, APA's Clinical Practice Guideline steering committee, the National Science Foundation top awards, federal research funding opportunities for psychology and science highlights from the September Monitor.

  • August 2014

    This newsletter addresses treating alcohol use disorders, APA's briefing on dementia, Dissertation Research Awards and Early Graduate Student Researcher Awards, SciCast crowdsourcing, American Educational Research Association grants, federal research funding and highlights from the July/August Monitor.

  • July 2014

    This newsletter addresses defining and defending morality, convention sessions for science-oriented graduate students, Science Directorate’s hospitality suite at convention, Science Directorate's Twitter, Motivation Science journal, health and social impacts of marijuana use, James Jackson's role with the National Science Board, Federal Budget Blog, aviation policy specialist, statistical software, APA Dissertation Research Awards and Early Graduate Student Researcher Awards call for nominations, Board of Educational Affairs of the American Psychological Association grants, grant proposals for the Imagination Institute, Fatherhood Research & Practice Network grants, federal research funding and highlights from the July Monitor.

  • June 2014

    This newsletter addresses best practices for supporting faculty members who cross departmental boundaries, suicide prevention, the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring, federal research funding and science highlights from the June Monitor.

  • May 2014

    This newsletter addresses the Distinguished Scientific Awards, USA Science Expo, Student Travel Award winners, William Riley's new OBSSR position, peer review bias, robots and autism, Federal Budget Blog, Science Student Council past members, pre-convention workshop, APF/COGDOP Graduate Research Scholarships, APA training in data mining techniques and non-linear methods, federal research funding and science highlights from the May Monitor.

  • April 2014

    This newsletter addresses APA's psychological science in action public education campaign, cognitive development research, APA pre-convention workshop on scientific integrity, educational resources for preparing health professionals, Psychology Summer Institute, Advanced Training Institutes for summer 2014, APA Distinguished Scientific Awards, research funding for CEMRRAT grants, ProDIG grants and psychology opportunity, and highlights from the April Monitor.

  • March 2014

    In this issue: launch of new scientific journal; new guidelines document emphasizes psychology as a STEM discipline in undergraduate studies; Distinguished Scientist Lecturers to be featured at regional conferences.

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