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Calls and Announcements

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U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences- Request for White Papers: Computer Adaptive Non-Cognitive Test Development for Officer Assessment Applications (W911NF-18-S-0005-

Matthew Haynes 0 64 Article rating: No rating

The Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences requires non-cognitive personality tests to support ongoing officer assessment requirements and ensure the transition of valid, secure products to the U.S. Army to support officer selection and assessment applications.  For full white paper topic information and submission instructions, please go to beta.SAM and select ‘Contract Opportunities’ from the homepage drop down menu.  Enter W911NF-18-S-0005-FY20-02.  This white paper call closes on 18 May 2020. 

U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences Broad Agency Announcement for Basic, Applied, and Advanced Scientific Research (2018-2023)

Matthew Haynes 0 283 Article rating: No rating

The U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences is the Army’s lead agency for the conduct of research, development, and analyses for the improvement of Army readiness and performance via research advances and applications of the behavioral and social sciences that address personnel, organization, training, and leader development issues.  Interested offerors are encouraged to submit white papers prior to submitting proposals. 

The full research announcement and application instructions for both white papers and proposals may be viewed at beta.SAM or Grants.gov under opportunity number W911NF-18-S-0005.  White papers and proposals may be submitted under the general topics of the Broad Agency Announcement at any time through 29 April 2023.  Specific calls for white papers are published on beta.SAM under opportunity number W911NF-18-S-0005. 

 

APF COVID-19 Rapid Response Grant: $20,000

Deadline: May 1, 2020

Matthew Haynes 0 628 Article rating: No rating

In response to the evolving COVID-19 pandemic, the American Psychological Foundation is allocating funding to support psychological research that will provide insights that will help psychologists to work with individuals, families, and groups who are struggling to cope during these challenging times. This grant will fall under APF Visionary Grant priorities of using psychology to solve social problems.  The COVID-19 crisis is certainly a major social problem.

Call for unpublished research for leadership and follower engagement/burnout meta-analysis

Matthew Haynes 0 347 Article rating: No rating

Dear Colleagues,

Jan Luca Pletzer, Arnold Bakker, and I are working on a meta-analysis about the relations of constructive (such as transformational, empowering and servant) and destructive (such as abusive and tyrannical) leadership with follower work engagement and burnout. Our aim is to examine the relations between different leadership styles and both follower work engagement and burnout, as well as to compare the relations between constructive and destructive leadership styles and these outcomes. To get the best overview of the magnitude of the relations, it is crucial that we also include unpublished studies in this area.

We are therefore calling for unpublished data

  1. including quantitative measures of leadership as well as follower engagement and/or burnout (or their subdimensions)
  2. including working adults (18+) as participants

Graduate Student Satisfaction Survey Invitation

Matthew Haynes 0 386 Article rating: No rating

This study is a 10-minute survey examining how satisfied current PhD students in the field of Psychology are. In particular we are interested in reaching out to as many students as possible from all institutions in the United States. So far we have collected data from 825 graduate students from over 50 PhD program in psychology. Questions included in this survey pertain to individual well-being, satisfaction with one's graduate program, and perceptions of work and field related norms. This study has been approved by the University of Massachusetts Amherst IRB. For more information please contact ssyropoulos@umass.edu

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