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  • 1.Effects of Poverty, Hunger, and Homelessness on Children and Youth
    Where child poverty is concentrated, the effects of youth poverty regarding academic achievement, psychosocial outcomes and physical health, the prevalence of child hunger in the U.S., the effects of hunger and undernutrition on child development, the risks severe hunger can have on school-aged youth, the risk factors for homelessness in children and youth, and more.
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  • 2.National Recommendations for Prioritizing Mental and Behavioral Health in Federal Implementation Efforts
    Outline of steps that can be taken to ensure the inclusion of behavioral and social science research, science-based interventions, and comprehensive mental and behavioral health services in the implementation of President Barack Obama's National HIV/AIDS Strategy.
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  • 3.Why is it Important to Educate Psychology Graduate Students About HIV/AIDS?
    A guide for psychologists who have the responsibility for graduate education of the psychologists of tomorrow on why it is important to educate students about HIV/AIDS.
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  • 4.The Role of the Psychologist in Responding to the HIV/AIDS Epidemic
    Psychologists can help with designing behavioral change strategies and in framing public health responses to the HIV and AIDS epidemic through increased behavioral research, accelerated community trials of promising behavior change models, trials of community-level interventions on a large scale, partnerships between HIV research and community service organizations, and integrated efforts from across psychology disciplines.
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  • 5.Selected Healthy LGB Resources
    Resources for teens, teachers, parents, and schools on how to help lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students lead safe and healthy lives.
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  • 6.History of the Ad Hoc Committee on AIDS and Psychology (COPA)
    The Task Force was created as a response to the AIDS crisis, but now the epidemic has evolved from an immediate crisis their goal now is to sustain psychology's constructive efforts in the face of the severe health and mental health problems associated with HIV infection and disease.
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  • 7.A New Look at Adolescent Girls
    The adolescent population in the United States is growing rapidly and will continue to grow into the next millennium. The lives of these girls are complex, affected by their gender, race, ethnicity, class, differing abilities, and sexual orientation. Only by examining each of these complicated layers can the rich diversity of the lives of adolescent girls be understood.
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  • 8.Among Teens, 40% of New HIV/AIDS Diagnoses in 2006 were among Black Gay Young Men
    Chart displaying the total number of persons aged 15-19 years diagnosed with HIV or AIDS in 2006, 40 percent of whom were Black, gay young men.
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  • 9.2012 Annual Report for the Ad Hoc Committee on Psychology and AIDS
    In 2012, the committee performed a variety of consultative functions including policy and advocacy activities related to HIV/AIDS, resolutions on biomedical and behavioral approaches to HIV prevention and counseling in HIV testing programs and other projects.
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  • 10.Undocumented Americans
    Three undocumented youth who arrived as young children share their stories of how they are fighting hard to achieve their piece of the American dream.
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