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Partial Shutdown Continues, New OSTP Director Kelvin Droegemeier

January 24, 2019

At press time, the 2019 partial federal government shutdown entered its 34th day, making it the longest government shutdown in history. Without a clear end in sight, the behavioral and brain research community is feeling the consequences.…

FABBS Shares Activity Highlights with NASEM Board

November 16, 2018

On October 24th, FABBS Executive Director Paula Skedsvold spoke to The National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine’s Board on Behavioral, Cognitive, and Sensory Sciences about FABBS advocacy and education activities. Her presentation, FABBS: Promoting the Sciences …

Evaluating (Mis)Information: Research to Identify Effective Strategies

November 16, 2018

What do voters need to go to the booth informed?  How do people recognize when they have misconceptions?  What skills do they need to evaluate sources for accuracy and legitimacy? It is more critical now than ever …

Benevolent Sexism Keeps Women from Success in Career and Home

November 16, 2018

Increasingly women are encouraged to pursue STEM careers, but as a society, we still expect these women to buy the groceries, raise the children and do the laundry. Why does it have to be so hard for …

Federal Office of Evaluation Services Seeks Research Fellows

November 16, 2018

Over the past for years, the Office of Evaluation Services (OES) within the General Services Administration has been working quietly and diligently to complete over sixty randomized evaluations of federal agency programs. Bringing insights from the behavioral …

Organizations Collaborate on Joint Response to NIH Registration and Reporting RFI

November 16, 2018

Twenty-three scientific societies and higher education associations, joined by an additional twenty-three higher education institutions, submitted a letter to NIH in response to the NIH Request for Information (RFI) on Registration and Reporting Standards for Prospective Basic …

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