Psychological Science Agenda
- Federal budget for FY 2013 is finalized, FY 2014 budget process begins
Science agency budgets caught in debates about federal spending.
By Pat Kobor
- Coburn amendment restricts NSF political science funding
Concerns arise about further moves against behavioral sciences.
- Ghazanfar and Holt win Troland Awards
Winners are honored for research on communication in humans and other primates.
Government Relations Update
- APA Federal Budget Blog
Read the latest post.
From the Science Student Council
- Call for nominations: 2014 APA Distinguished Scientific Awards Program
- Graduate students – Apply now to join the APA Science Student Council
- Apply now for APA training in data mining techniques and non-linear methods
- APA award for psychology librarians: Call for nominations
- Sarnat International Prize in Mental Health: Call for nominations
- Funding opportunities for psychologists at the National Institute on Aging
NIA supports research on development across the life course.
By Lisbeth Nielsen, Jonathan W. King, and Melissa Gerald
- Federal research funding opportunities for psychology
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Science highlights from the April Monitor
Today’s psychologists are increasingly integrating complementary and alternative medicine techniques into their work with clients. Here’s an overview of the most popular treatments, the research on their efficacy and the ethical concerns they raise.
Can this marriage be saved?
With up to 50 percent of marriages ending in divorce, new research by psychologists is delineating the factors that make love last.
Psychologist wins National Medal of Science
Anne Treisman is honored by President Obama.
Psychology takes center stage at San Francisco’s Exploratorium
Two psychology exhibits at famed museum’s new building.
Snapshots of recently published findings.