A publication of the Office of International Affairs
April 2011 | Vol. 22, No. 1
APRIL 2011 FEATURED ARTICLESChris Stout, PsyD
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE...
- Psychologist Robert Balster of VCU is Awarded the Jefferson Science Fellowship
The Jefferson Science Fellowship aims to develop and advance the fields of science, technology, and engineering (STE) in international arenas.
- New APA Report Highlights Resilience and Recovery After War for Refugee Children and Families in the US
The APA Task Force on the Psychosocial Effects of War on Children and Families Who are Refugees from Armed Conflict Residing in the United States address the issues of resettled refugees.
- Introducing APA Divisions: Division 21
Division 21 leaders provide an overview of applied experimental and engineering psychology.
By Peter Hancock, Patricia DeLucia, and Joel S. Warm
- International Mobility: How Can International Psychologists Become Licensed to Practice in the US or Canada?
The National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology outlines the state and territorial procedures for licensure and credentialing in the US and Canada.
By Judy E. Hall, PhD
- 2011 CIRP Co-Chairs
The Committee for International Relations in Psychology (CIRP) welcomes its new co-chairs!
- APA Delegation to Participate in Conference in Saudi Arabia
This June conference is part of a collaboration between APA and the Jazan University's Faculty of Medicine.
- Dan Olweus Receives 2011 APA Award for Distinguished Contributions to the International Advancement of Psychology
Dr. Dan Olweus, research professor of psychology at the University of Bergen in Norway, is a world-leading expert on bullying problems.
- Recently Published
Recent books address the psychology of men and cross cultural research methods.
PSYCHOLOGY IN ACTION
- Finding the Key That Fits: A Young Man’s Path to Psychology
A graduate student in psychology recounts how volunteering in India changed his career path.
By Seth A. Shaffer, MA
- Coming to America: British Organizational Psychologist Wins Fulbright Award for Police Research
The Fulbright Police Research Fellowship is one of several awards that encourages and supports the exchange of information between the US and the UK.
By Monica Mendiratta