Tips for writing behavioural studies grants

I've just received this email from Stephanie Porter, one of the authors of the Oxford University Press blog:

I wanted to share with you a compelling series of posts from our new Complete Writing Guide to NIH Behavioral Studies Grants. Both posts are excerpts from the book that extend pointers on how to write a successful grant submission. The book is a hefty but invaluable resource, and these tips are just the thing to get you refocused on your grant writing! I am hoping you will encourage your readers to check out the series.

Grant Writing: Things That You Can Do To Learn Scholarship

Behavioural Science Grants: Surefire Tips and Pointers

The Complete Writing Guide to NIH Behavioral Science Grants is edited by Lawrence M. Scheier and William L. Dewey.

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