- 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.
- 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.
- February 2014
In this issue: Examining how arousal systems and stress exposure modulate fear and extinction memory processes; psychological science is well represented among Presidential Early Career Awards; federal funding opportunities and more.
- January 2014
In this issue: Gun violence report offers research-based recommendations covering causes, prevention and policy; announcing the winners of APA Departmental Service Awards and several scientific awards; new APA Science committee and board members for 2014; NIH announces new funding to enhance diversity; APA seeks Clinical Practice Guideline steering committee and more.
- December 2013
This newsletter addresses distorted body representations in healthy adults, 2013 APA Dissertation Research Award recipients, the Grawemeyer psychology award winner, sequestration and budget battles, selecting a reference manager, Advanced Training Institutes for summer 2014 and federal research funding opportunities for psychology.
- November 2013
This newsletter addresses psychological researchers and museum educators, Peter Salovey's Institute of Medicine honor, finding awards, APA's Executive Branch Science Fellowship Program call for applications, APA Summer Science Fellowships for undergraduates and the federal research funding opportunities for psychology.
- September 2013
This newsletter addresses multi-informant approaches to mental health assessment, Summer Science Fellowship program, Presidential Medal of Freedom, veterans' mental health research, research and career guidance for graduate students, gender in the psychology workforce, COSSA recruits for executive director, and federal research funding opportunities for psychology.
- August 2013
This newsletter addresses the development of relational aggression, agenda for gun violence research, violence prevention research, prescription drug abuse, Federal Budget Blog, gradvocacy for science-oriented students, award and funding announcements, and research funding.