AERA Members Receive Free Access to Additional Issue of Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences
AERA Members Receive Free Access to Additional Issue of Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences
 
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March 2020

AERA members have received complimentary access to the current issue of Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences (PIBBS, vol. 7, no. 1), a journal of the Federation of Associations in Behavioral & Brain Sciences (FABBS). The issue was guest-edited by Felice J. Levine, Richard Mayer, P. Karen Murphy, and Frank Worrell. To learn more, please see the editorial board and table of contents pages.

When asked to provide an assessment of the issue, PIBBS editor Susan T. Fiske noted that this issue from AERA contains “two exciting trends: first, the role of motivational factors in learning (engagement, trust, hope, autonomy, social-emotional development); and second, some new insights on diversity playing out in schools (role models, student prejudice, equitable discipline, unbiased safety). And there is more (using technology, popular media, and measurement). This is a rich resource for policy-relevant cutting-edge education research.”

As noted on the FABBS website, PIBBS presents original research and scientific reviews relevant to public policy. It aims to enable scientists to share research that can help build sound policies, allow policymakers to provide feedback to the scientific community regarding research that could address societal challenges, and encourage the scientific community to build models that seriously consider implementation to address the needs of society. 

AERA members can gain complimentary access by logging in to the member side of the AERA website and clicking on the appropriate link in the Special Member Offers section. In addition to volume 7:1, AERA members have complimentary access to the other PIBBS issues that focus specifically on education research: 3:1, 3:2, 6:1, and 6:2.

 
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