Psychology International

A publication of the Office of International Affairs
October 2009 | Vol. 20, No. 4

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER FEATURED ARTICLES

A role for psychology in the shadow of the UN conference on climate change

Melting glacier.

ALSO IN THIS ISSUE...

  • Convention recap: International activities at APA 2009
    The 2009 Convention in Toronto featured everything from cross-border collaboration to an international high tea
  • In memoriam: Mark R. Rosenzweig
    Rosenzweig influenced the direction of research in learning and memory by demonstrating the role of neurochemical and neuroanatomical changes in the brain in response to experience
  • The value of a study abroad program for graduate students in psychology
    Counseling psychology doctoral students participated in the Social Equity and Global Diversity Program, a study abroad program that took place in Ireland, hoping to gain a distinctive experience from studying in a foreign country
  • Recently published
    Recent publications include two climate change reports, a National Science and Technology Council report and a handbook on cross-cultural counseling
  • Book review: Stepfamilies across the world
    The International Handbook of Stepfamilies: Policy and Practice in Legal, Research and Clinical Environments, edited by Jan Pryor, is an important contribution to the literature about stepfamilies and is one of the few to take an international perspective

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    Get the latest news and updates on APA's Division of International Psychology

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