RSF: THE RUSSELL SAGE FOUNDATION JOURNAL OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES Issue and Conference on Using Administrative Data for Social Science and Policy Edited by Andrew M. Penner University of California, Irvine and Kenneth A. Dodge Duke University
Call for abstracts now open! The call for abstracts for Flux 5.0 is open. All Flux members are invited to submit an abstract for poster presentation. During the submission process you may choose to be considered for the following:
The March for Science is happening all over the world! If you plan to march for science on April 22, 2017, please remember to register for the march (for any city) at: www.marchforscience.com/rsvp The organization also appreciates any donations:www.marchforscience.com/donate
$2,000 grant to support the next generation of student and early career practitioner psychologists The Steven O. Walfish Grants are supported by the Division 42 Next Generation Fund which seeks to support the next generation of student and early career practitioner psychologists to expand the knowledge base in the practice of psychology.
The workshop will focus on analyses for data in which both members of a dyad are measured on the same set of variables. Topics to be addressed include the measurement of nonindependence, the Actor-Partner Interdependence Model, the analysis of distinguishable and indistinguishable dyads, and the analysis of over-time dyadic data (e.g., dyadic growth curve models). The software package used in the workshop will be SPSS.
As one of the largest international organizations focused on the science of child development, the Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) is dedicated to the advancement of knowledge about child development and to evidence-based policy. For these reasons, the Executive Committee of the Governing Council of SRCD fully endorses the March for Science to be held on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., on April 22, 2017.
The William T. Grant Foundation is excited to announce a new funding opportunity for research institutions working in partnership with youth-serving organizations in a range of systems, such as education, justice, child welfare, mental health, immigration, and workforce development. The Institutional Challenge Grant encourages research institutions to build sustained research-practice partnerships with public agencies or nonprofit organizations in order to reduce inequality in youth outcomes.
$1,000 for innovative research, education, and intervention efforts that advance psychological knowledge of the connection between behavior and health
The Society for the Study of Human Development (SSHD) invites proposal submissions for its biennial meeting. The 10th Biennial Meeting will be held in Providence, Rhode Island on October 6-8, 2017. The 10th Biennial Conference welcomes submissions examining relational processes at any level(s) in order to better understand, explain, and optimize human development over the life span/life course.
Submission for the call for proposals is extended until March 15th November 2-4, 2017 Washington, DC, USA The Society for the Study of Emerging Adulthood (SSEA) is still experiencing technical difficulties with their website host. They are hoping this will be fixed within 24-48 hours. Please use this link to submit a proposal.