APA Social Media and Mobile Apps

APA uses social media to share research findings, psychology news and other information with members and the public. The following are APA's official social media outlets. Join the conversation and also check out our social media policy.

Facebook

Facebook American Psychological Association
APA's flagship Facebook page features discussions on the latest breakthroughs in psychology and human behavior.

American Psychological Foundation
Find out about research funding opportunities as well as grant and award winners.

APAGS
The place where psychology grad students can discuss life in grad school and learn about training, grant and travel opportunities.

APA Journals
Keep up on special issues, calls for papers and new findings from APA's scholarly journals.

APA Minority Fellowship Program
News and information from APA's training and development program for ethnic minority communities.

APA PsycNET
Tips for searching psychology's premier database of research, books, gray literature and more.

APA Style
Expert advice on APA's rules for writing and publishing.

ACT Raising Safe Kids
Learn how to protect children from abuse and neglect.

Behavioral and Social Science Volunteer Program
Help local HIV prevention organizations build their capacity and improve the services they provide.

EP Program (Effective Providers for Child Victims of Violence)
Tips for mental health professionals to provide effective treatments to children victimized by violence.

gradPSYCH
Keep up on psychology career trends, hot research areas and more.

Magination Press
News from APA's award-winning line of children's books.

Psychologically Healthy Workplace Program 
Research-based tips for employees and employers from APA's Center for Organizational Excellence.

PsycTESTS
Find the test you need or submit your own to APA's comprehensive database.

SESRCD Program
The Socioeconomic Status Related Cancer Disparities Program helps bring cancer prevention and care to underserved communities.

Teachers of Psychology in Secondary Schools
Network with fellow high school teachers, share curriculum ideas and learn about professional development opportunities.

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