Psychological Science Agenda
Public education campaign takes on self-control research and its impact on health and well-being.
From the Executive Director
- APA advises NIH on how to reduce racial disparity in funding
Broad, scientific approach to enhancing diversity of research workforce is outlined.
- NIH invites broad range of research on LGBTI health
New grant solicitations are sponsored by multiple NIH institutes.
Government Relations Update
- APA & Friends of NIDA host Congressional briefing on developing medications to treat addiction
NIDA and corporate leaders update federal staff on challenges for drug research.
- New ideas for suicide prevention research sought by federal agencies
- APA Federal Budget Blog
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- Nominate your department or colleague for an APA Culture of Service Award
- Graduate students: Apply now for an APA Convention Student Travel Award
- APA award for psychology librarians: Call for nominations
- Graduate students — Apply now to join the APA Science Student Council
- National Academies Fellowship on Science & Technology Policy: Call for applications
- Sarnat International Prize in Mental Health: Call for nominations
Science highlights from the March Monitor
Tracking the scent of information
Cognitive psychologists have found that people search for information online in much the same way that animals hunt for food.
Revising your story
Social psychologist Timothy D. Wilson argues that behavior change may be easier than we think.
Bringing life into focus
A generation of adults who came of age too early to be diagnosed with childhood ADHD is finding that later-in-life treatment can bring great rewards.
Pay attention to me
Undiagnosed ADHD affects millions of adults — and their romantic relationships.
New research identifies ways to improve eyewitness identifications
Sequential lineups lead to fewer false identifications.
Snapshots of recently published findings.