This article is a personal reflection by an investigator with over 25 years of funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The article: (1) highlights research opportunities for psychologists at the NIH outside of the traditional mental health arena; (2) provides specific recommendations to individual investigators to enhance their likelihood of obtaining NIH funding; (3) specifies needed changes in psychology's research education and training programs to prepare the next generation of psychologists for research success; and (4) asks the Association of Psychologists in Academic Health Centers to play a lead role in both research training and advocacy.
We draw a comparison between industrial
Surfaces and reptilian surfaces. We chose the python regius species as a
Bio-analogue with a deterministic surface. We first study the structural make
Up of the ventral scales of the snake (both construction and metrology). We
Further compare the metrological...
We investigate the sudden expansion dynamics of bosons and fermions in a
Homogeneous lattice using exact numerical methods. As a main result, we show
That in one dimension, both bosonic and fermionic Mott insulators expand with
The same velocity, irrespective of the interaction strength. They theref...
Here show that these Planck-scale corrections to travel times can be described
As "dual redshift" (or "lateshift"): they are manifestations of momentum-space
Curvature of the same type already known for ordinary redshift produced by
Spacetime curvature. In turn we can identify the novel notion of...
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