- August 19, 2014
This newsletter addresses research at the 2014 APA Annual Convention, family-friendly federal legislation, APA's 2013 annual report, revised APA Guidelines for the Undergraduate Psychology Major, effective ways to integrate evidence-based practice into real-world settings, psychologists’ role in Alzheimer’s disease evaluation and treatment, psychology of consciousness, personality and social psychology, attachment-based psychotherapy in practice, how upstanding bystanders stop bullying, CE sessions, and calls for applications and nominations.
- July 15, 2014
This newsletter addresses psychology’s role in ending violence worldwide, disability and LGBT issues around adoption and foster care, convention experiences, APA Journals Dialogue, briefing sheet on integrated health care, Obesity Week, 2014 Division and SPTA Election results, sexual orientation and gender diversity, taking control of anxiety, longitudinal data analysis, single-case intervention research, complementary and alternative medicine for psychologists, CE workshops, and Committee on Early Career Psychologists and Committee on Children, Youth and Families calls for nominations.
- June 17, 2014
This newsletter addresses the 2014 APA Annual Convention, Americans right for mental health coverage, sports concussions, firearm injury prevention research, children’s mental health, psychologists treating perinatal depression, APA's free shipping, American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, becoming a better therapist, LGBT Pride festival, parental incarceration on children, CE sessions, TOPSS Speaker Bureau volunteer and the Continuing Education Committee nominations.
- May 13, 2014
This newsletter addresses Skype's in the classroom project, prescription drug overdose, psychotherapy’s role in cardiac health , employee distrust, “Speaking of Psychology” podcast award, transdisciplinary model of professionalism, “Speak Up for Kids” campaign, APA president candidates, APA publications, CE workshops, and calls for nominations and applications.
- April 15, 2014
In this issue: The new Science in Action website, APA partners with a federal agency to improve worker safety, undergraduate and graduate students can contribute to Public Interest Directorate newsletter, MyApA improves user experience and more.
- March 18, 2014
This newsletter addresses the APA-ABA national conference on confronting family and community violence, Council of Representatives plans, policy changes related to detainee welfare and interrogation in national security settings, physicians ncorporating behavioral health care into their practices, health insurance enrollment, military mental health training, APA's Advanced Training Institutes, educational training grant winners, and Center for Psychology and Health primary care briefing sheet.
- February 11, 2014
This newsletter addresses the APA Federal Action Network, HIV and mental health, Congress support in increasing investment in graduate psychology education, Good Governance Project, MedEdPORTAL database, psychology’s role in managing chronic pain, webinars for students, APA 2014 board and committee nominations, a primer for ICD-10-CM users, obsessive–compulsive disorder, the neuroscience of risky decision making, APA's Professional Development Training Institute, and calls for nominations and applications.
- January 14, 2014
This newsletter addresses trying to expand psychology role in health care, psychology's role in smoking decline, webinar series on gun violence, gradPSYCH Blog, Protect Food Assistance, APA's Education Directorate executive director, new director of the Office of Sponsor Approval, 2013 APA board and committee election results, autism spectrum disorder, treatment integrity, Marriage Checkup, APA's Professional Development Training Institute, and calls for nominations and applications.
- December 16, 2013
This newsletter addresses the report “Gun Violence: Prediction, Prevention, and Policy,” key court decisions on marriage equality, internship imbalances, APAGS journals that provide publishing training ground for students and new psychologists, low interest rates on student loans, educational and psychological testing standards, APA Campus Suicide Prevention Program, and APA information technology services and solutions.
- November 12, 2013
This newsletter addresses the Safe and Supportive Schools Project on bullying, Professor Barry S. Anton elected as APA's 2015 President, National Memory Screening Day, free online psychological science resources for health care professionals, youth suicide prevention, regions distinct personalities, MyAPA opt in feature, American Heart Association's support for reimbursement, alcohol addiction, APA Congressional Fellowship Program, call for journal editors and BEA grants for precollege & undergraduate teaching conferences.