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  • 1.Psychology Teacher Network - Fall 2012
    This newsletter addresses childhood obesity, curriculum research, presenting research, Heroic Imagination Project, CPSE updates, APA’s research databases, APA/Clark University Workshop for High School Teachers, and psychology enrollment numbers.
    Newsletter - Psychology Teacher Network (November 2012)
  • 2.September 2012 PSA
    Articles in this newsletter discuss bottlenose dolphins, F. J. McGuigan Early Career Investigator Prize, Presidential Early Career Awards, Summer Science Fellowship program, Behavioral Research Program, health care stakeholders, Trial Strategy Consultant, open access journal, district lobby week and the National Eye Institute.
    Newsletter - Psychological Science Agenda (September 2012)
  • 3.Society for Humanistic Psychology Newsletter: Spring 2012
    In this issue: Ed Mendelowitz discusses our ethical and imaginative lapses, the president-elect discusses humanistic psychology's general stance on diversity, Bob McInerny reflects on the fifth annual conference, and we remember the late Salvatore Palazzolo.
    Newsletter - Society for Humanistic Psychology Newsletter (April 2012)
  • 4.Psychological Science Agenda
    Articles featured include: Reading facial expressions of emotion; Psychology graduates now eligible for STEM visa extensions; National Academy of Sciences adds three psychologists; Six psychologists elected to American Academy of Arts & Sciences; NICHD requests feedback on 10-year Scientific Vision Process; and more.
    Newsletter - Psychological Science Agenda (May 2011)
  • 5.Psychological Science Agenda
    In the June 2010 PSA newsletter: cultural differences in verbal expression; an APA Congressional briefing on addiction treatment; Distinguished Scientific Award recipients; job interview advice; and comments requested on both sleep and health disparities research.
    Newsletter - Psychological Science Agenda (June 2010)
  • 6.September PSA 2011
    The articles in this issue discuss academic stress, graduate research fellowships for clinical or counseling psychology, depression and obesity, depressive disorders, racial disparity in NIH funding, alzheimers, Jerry Suls, future scientific workforce, human brain imaging, national academies fellowship on science & technology policy, presidential science mentoring awards and summer research grants for underrepresented groups in neuroscience.
    Newsletter - Psychological Science Agenda (September 2011)
  • 7.APA Access — Aug. 20, 2013
    This newsletter addresses research at convention, sexualized images of girls, APA's annual report, Presidential Medal of Freedom, psychology department program, poverty, Positive Aging Act of 2013, violence prevention research, veterans' mental health research, Employment Non-Discrimination Act of 2013, Division and SPTA Election Results, medical family therapy, lifespan developmental psychology, multicultural psychology, CE sessions and treatment-resistant mood disorders.
    Newsletter - APA Access (August 2013)
  • 8.PracticeUpdate - Nov. 18, 2010
    Articles in this newsletter discuss the Medicare fee schedule; Physician Quality Reporting Initiative changes; election wrap-up; and APA's stress survey.
    Newsletter - Practice Update (November 2010)
  • 9.From Science To Practice: Fall 2012
    In this issue: pediatric traumatic brain injury and issues in an educational setting, cyberbullying, the APIC timeline, changes in SASP membership, and more.
    Newsletter - From Science to Practice (October 2012)
  • 10.September 2013 ITPI
    In this issue: A mother's perspective on the sexualization of girls; honest dialogue on racial prejudice and stereotyping; safe and supportive schools for LGBT youth; and health disparities in boys and men.
    Newsletter - In the Public Interest (September 2013)
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