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  • 1.Psychologists on the Hill: Grassroots efforts and new PAC aid legislative advocacy
    The APA Practice Organization’s political action committee gives psychologists the opportunity to build crucial relationships with key members of Congress who will support APAPO’s legislative advocacy agenda.
    Newsletter Article - Practice Update (April 2013)
  • 2.Research on women in the news
    News topics include eating disorders in older women, depression and cardiovascular disease in women, cervical cancer, women with migraines, women who received CMF chemotherapy for breast cancer, and the difference between a man's and woman's heart attacks.
    Newsletter Article - Women's Psych-E Newsletter (March 2012)
  • 3.February is American Heart Month
    Heart disease can lead to disability and a significantly decreased quality of life. Major risk factors include obesity, physical inactivity, high blood pressure and diabetes.
    Newsletter Article - Women's Psych-E Newsletter (February 2011)
  • 4.9/11, Islamophobia, and the politics of “Healing”
    Our psychoanalytic understanding of grief and mourning has become deeper, and more relational, since Freud provided the essential insights of Mourning and Melancholia.
    Newsletter Article - DIVISION/Review (January 2011)
  • 5.Preventive health screenings at discounted pricing now available to all members
    APA is partnering with Life Line Screening to provide five types of potentially life-saving screenings including stroke, heart attack and bone fractures to members at a discounted rate.
    Newsletter Article - APA Access (January 2012)
  • 6.Unbodies of water: The health effects of extinction and genocide — Arawak perspectives
    It is noted that the Arawak people (indigenous people of the Caribbean, northern South America, Central America, and southern North America) are generally viewed to be extinct. But the authors argue otherwise: The Arawak and their descendents are “zombified” (the living dead) due to negative effects of colonialism — especially its rupture of the home-family culture and socialization to an alien one. Strategies for reclaiming Arawak culture and health are discussed.
    Newsletter Article - Communique (August 2010)
  • 7.Ideological destructiveness: A psychoanalytic perspective on the massacre of July 22, 2011
    Siri Erika Gullestad presents a psychoanalytic discussion of mass murder and the case of Anders Breivik, the Norwegian man responsible for killing over 70 people in the massacre of July 22, 2011.
    Newsletter Article - DIVISION/Review (April 2013)
  • 8.Student Paper Competition Winner
    "A Place Just Right: Effects of Place Attachment on Preference for Restorative Environments" discusses how humans contend with many stressors in life, specifically for students focusing on lectures, writing papers and working on projects.
    Newsletter Article - Environmental, Population, and Conservation Psychology Bulletin (April 2011)
  • 9.Solid organ transplantation: Fostering psychological health during a prolonged and complex hospitalization
    Behavioral interventions were extremely useful to the patient throughout her hospitalization, despite the complexity of her medical condition and treatment.
    Newsletter Article - Progress Notes (October 2012)
  • 10.Psychosocial stress and cardiovascular disease: An exposure science perspective
    The role of psychosocial factors in cardiovascular disease using ambulatory or ecological momentary methods, as a means of examining the mechanisms by which these factors may contribute to health risk is examined.
    Newsletter Article - Psychological Science Agenda (April 2012)
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