Briefings & Forums

FABBS, with support from related organizations and member societies, hosts briefings and forums targeted to congressional and federal funding agengy (e.g., NIH, NSF, IES, DOD, etc.) staff. Speakers at these events address topics relevant to current or future legislation so that decision-makers may consider available research from the sciences of mind, brain, and behavior before finalizing legislative or programatic decisions.

Often Members of Congress or federal agency leaders are present to offer their comments on the issue(s) at hand, and an interchange of persepctives and knowledge frequently occurs from which all involved can benefit.

highlight1-200px.jpgCongressional Briefing Showcasing Research from a National Science and Technology Council Report:
Social, Behavioral and Economic Research in the Federal Context

July 16, 2009

David W. Lightfoot (National Science Foundation) - Moderator
Martina Morris (University of Washington)
David Poeppel (New York University)
Elke U. Weber (Columbia University)
Jonathan Wilkenfeld (University of Maryland)

work_and_aging-gallery6-200px.jpgWork and Aging:
Psychological-Organizational Science Contributions to the Management of an Aging Age-Diverse Workforce

March 14, 2008

Kurt Kraiger (Colorado State University) - Moderator
Ruth Kanfer (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Jeanette N. Cleveland (Pennsylvania State University)
Elissa L. Perry (Teachers College, Columbia University)
Janet Barnes-Farrell (University of Connecticut)
Deborah Russell (American Association of Retired Persons)
Amber Story (National Science Foundation)
Jonathan W. King (National Institute on Aging)

driver_safety1-200px.jpgPreventing Crashes:
Driver Safety through Human Factors Science

November 13, 2007

Wendy A. Rogers (Georgia Institute of Technology) - Moderator
Paula Sind-Prunier (National Transportation Safety Board)
Thomas A. Dingus (Virginia Tech)
John D. Lee (University of Iowa)
Donald L. Fisher (University of Massachusetts Amherst)

100_1394-200px.jpgHuman Factors Research in Science and Technology Education:
Accelerating U.S. Competitiveness

November 13, 2006

Wendy A. Rogers (Georgia Institute of Technology) - Moderator
Deborah D. Stine (The National Academies)
Carolyn Sommerich (Ohio State University)
Mark Scerbo (Old Dominion University)
Alan Lesgold (University of Pittsburgh)
Lynn Okagaki (Department of Education)
Christopher Kello (National Science Foundation)
Christine Hartel (National Research Council)

IMG_0968-200px.jpgHuman Factors Research and Homeland Security:
Current and Future Applications

November 17, 2005

Wendy A. Rogers (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Nancy Cooke (Arizona State University East)
Thomas Sanquist (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)
Peter Hancock (University of Central Florida)
Gary Klein (Klein Associates)
Mary (Missy) Cummings (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Joshua Rubinstein (Department of Homeland Security)
Elizabeth Grossman (House of Representatives Science Committee)
William Grosshandler (National Institute of Standards and Technology)
Wyn Jennings (Department of Homeland Security/NSF)

DSCF0027-200px.jpgHuman Factors and Patient Safety Research

October 15, 2004

Daryle Gardner-Bonneau (Bonneau and Associates / Western Michigan University)
Helen Altman Klein (Wright State University)
Holly B. Jimison (Oregon Health & Science University)
Rollin J. Fairbanks (University of Rochester School of Medicine)
Robert L. Wears (University of Florida)
DSCF0070-200px.jpgCaroline G. L. Cao (Tufts University)
Pascale Carayon (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Philip Aspden (National Academies, Institute of Medicine)
Nancy M. Ostrove (Food and Drug Administration)
James B. Battles (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality)
Kerm Henriksen (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality)
Noel E. Eldridge (Veterans Health Administration)
Heidi King (Department of Defense)