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This special issue will synthesize research on racial and ethnic trauma. Papers may cover theory, empirical research, clinical counseling implication, and policy issues and should explore the influence of intersectional identities on the racial trauma and healing process.
An issue of Psychology of Addictive Behaviors devoted to effective treatments for addiction will publish review articles and meta-analyses of specific interventions. Articles should explore the background and efficacy of interventions such as motivational enhancement therapy, cognitive–behavioral therapy, contingency management, pharmacotherapies, 12-step programs, mindfulness-based therapies, and family therapies, especially among specific populations.
A special issue of The Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research will be dedicated to effective prevention of behavioral health problems in children and youth. Papers should examine all aspects of interventions that promote healthy youth development and prevent common behavioral problems in young people.
The Asian American Journal of Psychology is publishing a special issue to address suicide among Asian Americans. A range of papers will discuss the current state of knowledge, gaps, and innovative approaches to suicide prevention among the Asian population.
The Archives of Scientific Psychology will review papers for a special issue on empirically supported diagnostic decision-making. This issue will highlight methodological advances in the development of differential diagnoses of psychological and neuropsychological conditions, with applications for identifying and classifying anxiety disorders, depression, bipolar disorder, psychopathy, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and other mental health conditions.
The editorial team of Psychological Bulletin is calling for meta-analyses and systematic reviews to answer questions on replication and reproducibility of psychological findings.
Exploring Socioeconomic Disparities in Health and Mortality This grant will support studies that explore growing socioeconomic and geographic inequalities in the health of older adults. Applicants should consider various health outcomes and external influences, such as education, income, and geographic location. The application period closes Oct. 20, 2017.
Addressing Gaps in Suicide Research Data are needed on suicide predictors in the U.S.—particularly related to type, severity, and timing. This funding supports efforts to inform understanding of mortality outcomes subsequent to healthcare visits and examine who might have been reached by improved detection and intervention. Applications are due Nov. 2, 2017.
Achieving Goals for HIV/AIDS Treatment The National Institutes of Health is calling for implementation research that pursues the 90/90/90 HIV prevention and treatment targets. This means 90 percent of all people living with HIV know their status, 90 percent receive timely and effective antiretroviral treatment, and 90 percent of those in treatment achieve sustained viral suppression. R01 applications will be accepted through Jan. 8, 2020.
Where HIV/AIDS and Aging Intersect The research performed under this National Institutes of Health grant will improve understanding of biological, clinical, and sociobehavioral aspects of aging as they relate to HIV infection and approaches for testing, prevention, and treatment. Applications are due by Sept. 7, 2020.
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