Attendees at last year's Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback (AAPB) meeting are aware of the excitement and energy of the meeting, in large part stemming from increased student attendance. To encourage this, and as an investment in the future of our field, the Foundation for Education and Research in Biofeedback (FERB) awarded 21 student travel scholarships and three student research grants. In the past 2 years, the number of both awards per year has more than tripled.

FERB was established by AAPB to encourage interested students to devote their research energies to biofeedback and to become involved with like-minded professionals and researchers at AAPB's meetings. Those of us involved with FERB are convinced that support for student involvement is vital for the future of our field. We hope that you will agree.

The following graduate student dissertation research grants were awarded by FERB in 2015:

Additionally, students from all...

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