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FABBS News Highlights: January 16, 2020

Thursday, January 16, 2020  
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January 16, 2020

 

CAPITOL HILL HIGHLIGHTS

 

FY 2020 Budget Signed Before Holiday, FY 2021 Budget May Face Hurdles

 

On December 20th, shortly before the continuing resolution that kept the government open expired, the President signed two FY 2020 spending packages. As in past years, despite significant cuts to science budgets in the President’s budget proposal, the final budget included increases for science. Read more »

 

 

AGENCY ACTIVITIES

 

FABBS Submits Comments on NIMH and NEI Strategic Plans and NIH Data Sharing Proposal

 

In response to requests for comment, FABBS provided feedback to draft strategic plans for the National Institute for Mental Health (NIMH) and the National Eye Institute (NEI). Also in January, FABBS responded to a request for comment on the Draft NIH Policy for Data Management and Sharing. Read more »

 

THE ADMINISTRATION

 

Open Access and “Zero Embargo” Rumors

 

In early December, the science community started hearing rumors about an Executive Order (EO) that would require all federally-funded research to be available to the public at the time of publishing in place of the 12-month post-publication embargo period outlined by the 2013 “Holdren memo.” Rumors suggested that the EO would be effective immediately and was coming from somewhere other than the Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP). It has since been confirmed that discussions about open access are happening at OSTP, however, no language has been shared with the scientific community. Read more »

 

 

RESEARCH TO POLICY

 

Using Computers Not Only to Write, but to Learn How

 

Today’s teenagers may be Snapchat savvy, but many of these same students are unskilled in using computers to write well, according to new research in Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences. Teachers, likewise, are not getting the training they need to teach students to use digital technologies to write—a key skill for success in college and in an increasing number of career fields, according to “Technology as a Lever for Adolescent Writing,” by Penelope Collins, Tamara Powell Tate and Mark Warschauer. Read more »

 

 

FABBS NEWS

 

2020 Early Career Impact Awardees

 

FABBS is pleased to announce the 2020 Early Career Impact Award winners. This award is presented to early career scientists of FABBS member societies during the first 10 years post-PhD and recognizes scientists who have made major contributions to the sciences of mind, brain, and behavior. We will feature profiles on each of these awardees throughout the year.

 

Congratulations to:

 

Cognitive Science Society
Neil Cohn, Tilburg University, Netherlands

 

International Society for Developmental Psychobiology
Bridget L. Callaghan, University of California, Los Angeles

 

National Academy of Neuropsychology
Adam Gerstenecker, University of Alabama – Birmingham

 

Psychonomic Society
Lisa K. Fazio, Vanderbilt University

 

Society for Judgment and Decision Making Award
David G. Rand, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 

 

Q&A

 

 

Q&A with Roxane Cohen Silver, FABBS President

 

 

FABBS welcomes  Roxane Cohen Silver, University of California, Irvine, as she steps into the role of FABBS President for a two-year term. Read more  »

 

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

 

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Funding
(Please visit our website for a full listing)

  • NIH:Notice of Special Interest: Administrative Supplements to NIH-funded T32 and TL1 Training Grants to Better Integrate Behavioral and Social Sciences (BSS) with other Health-Related Sciences (NOT-OD-19-147) (Jan 25)
  • NSF:EHR Core Research (ECR): Building Capacity in STEM Education Research (ECR: BCSER) 20-521 (Feb 28)

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UPCOMING FABBS MEMBER SOCIETY ANNUAL MEETINGS

 

 

 

FABBS News Highlights is a semi-monthly electronic newsletter published by the Federation of Associations in Behavioral and Brain Sciences with the goals of keeping scientists updated on federal budget and policy issues affecting the sciences of mind, brain and behavior; recognizing the research contributions of leading scientists; and sharing research findings to inform policies and programs.

 

Editor: Juliane Baron

Contributors: Juliane Baron, Diana Liao, Jennifer Anderson

 


FABBS Member Societies

 

Academy of Behavioral Medicine ResearchAmerican Educational Research AssociationAmerican Psychological AssociationAmerican Psychosomatic SocietyAssociation for Applied Psychophysiology and BiofeedbackAssociation for Behavior Analysis InternationalBehavior Genetics AssociationCognitive Science SocietyInternational Society for Developmental PsychobiologyMassachusetts Neuropsychological SocietyNational Academy of NeuropsychologyThe Psychonomic SocietySociety for Behavioral NeuroendocrinologySociety for Computers in PsychologySociety for Judgment and Decision MakingSociety for Mathematical PsychologySociety for Psychophysiological ResearchSociety for Research in Child DevelopmentSociety for Research in PsychopathologySociety for the Psychological Study of Social IssuesSociety for the Scientific Study of ReadingSociety for Text & DiscourseSociety of Experimental Social PsychologySociety of Multivariate Experimental PsychologyVision Sciences Society

 

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FABBS promotes human potential and well-being by advancing the sciences of mind, brain, and behavior; promoting scientific research and training in these fields; educating the public about the contributions of research to the health and well-being of individuals and society; fostering communication among scientists; and recognizing scientists who have made significant contributions to building knowledge.

 


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