A publication of the Office of International Affairs
April 2010 |Vol. 21, No. 1 Download Issue (PDF, 398KB)
JANUARY/APRIL FEATURED ARTICLESYeshashwork Kibour, PhD
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE...
- Meet the 2010 CIRP Co-Chairs
Learn more about Dr. Pamela Flattau and Dr. Guerda Nicolas, the 2010 CIRP co-chairs.
- APA Launches Online Resource for Disaster Response
APA Resource Network provides links to guidelines, organizations and literature on disaster response.
- Paul B. Pedersen: 2010 Recipient of the Distinguished Contributions to the International Advancement of Psychology Award
Dr. Pedersen is being honored for his distinguished and prolific career as a counselor educator specializing in intercultural and multicultural issues, and his significant influence on the growth and direction of multicultural counseling.
- The Psychological Society of South Africa Condemns Uganda's "Anti-Homosexuality Bill of 2009"
Psychologists speak out against discrimination based on sexual orientation.
- Tribute to Henry P. David
- Best Practices for Defending the Human Rights of Scientists
The Scholars at Risk (SAR) Network conducted a training session at the Headquarters of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in Washington, DC, to prepare scientific societies and associations to respond to alleged human rights violations against scientists.
By Pamela Flattau
- EFPSA - An Introduction
The European Federation of Psychology Students’ Associations consists of students’ organizations from 25 European countries and represents approximately 250,000 psychology students.
By Priit Tinits
- Book Review: Exporting Multiple Intelligences
A review of Multiple Intelligences Around the World by Norman Abeles.
Selected listing of call for papers, workshops, and awards.
APA AT THE UN
- Psychology Day 2010: Psychology and Diplomacy: Negotiating for Peace and Human Rights
Psychologists and UN staff hear about the contributions of psychology to diplomacy, peacekeeping and disaster response.
- Psychology Morning: Psychologist Philip Zimbardo Addresses the UN
A large group of students and faculty gathered to hear the first major address at the UN by Philip Zimbardo, Stanford University.
By Harold Takooshian, PhD, and Florence L. Denmark
- APA Hosts Psychologists at the Commission on the Status of Women Meetings
Report on the recent meeting and side events.