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<sup>&nbsp; Article of the Month:&nbsp;&nbsp; October<br><font size=3><center>'''[[NIH Funding Career Development Timetable]]'''</center></font></sup>
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<sup>&nbsp; Article of the Month:&nbsp;&nbsp; October<br><font size=3><center>'''[[Terrorism]]'''</center></font></sup>
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The National Institutes of Health (NIH) offers numerous extramural funding opportunities and any researcher pursuing a career in mental health should be aware of and familiar with these vehicles. A confusing NIH website and ambiguous program titles (e.g. F30, T32, K25) make it difficult to figure out for whom each mechanism is appropriate. This page outlines a career development timetable that provides information on some of the most frequently used mechanisms and organizes them by different career stages. [[NIH Funding Career Development Timetable| (More...)]]<span style="color:#afafaf;"><center>__________________________________</center></span>
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Attempting to find individual markers of terrorists is made difficult due to the wide variety of backgrounds and personalities that become involved. As such, Social Psychology is uniquely positioned to bring insight into the social factors that are likely to lead to increases in Terrorism. What leads to Terrorism? It is hoped that this page can serve as a place where interested people can add relevant citations to research that bears on Terrorism and it's causes, eventually leading to an integrated model that can be used to predict terrorism based on certain situational factors... [[Terrorism | (More...)]]<span style="color:#afafaf;"><center>__________________________________</center></span>
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What is PsychWiki? PsychWiki was created as a way to pool our field's collective resources on various topics. As a Wiki anyone with access to the site can edit, correct, or update the information. In a sense, PsychWiki is owned by the community, with input from anyone with experience and knowledge to share. You have to login to make sure that this doesn't become a haven for spam, but once you've registered, you can click on the edit tab at the top of most pages to change them. Some of the pages are more developed then others, but no page is complete. If you feel like you'd like to add something to a particular page, please do so. To get things started, we plan on beginning with the topics listed below.

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... there is a blog from Harvard Law School called The Situationist that examines social science research applied to legal thought using a "situationist" perspective founded in social psychology. The blog is part of the Project on Law and Mind Sciences and is a forum scholars, students, lawyers, policymakers, and interested citizens to examine, discuss, and debate the effect of situational forces – that is, non-salient factors around and within us – on law, policy, politics, policy theory, and our social, political, and economic institutions.

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  Article of the Month:   October
Terrorism
Attempting to find individual markers of terrorists is made difficult due to the wide variety of backgrounds and personalities that become involved. As such, Social Psychology is uniquely positioned to bring insight into the social factors that are likely to lead to increases in Terrorism. What leads to Terrorism? It is hoped that this page can serve as a place where interested people can add relevant citations to research that bears on Terrorism and it's causes, eventually leading to an integrated model that can be used to predict terrorism based on certain situational factors... (More...)
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Nominate an article
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