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  • 1.Spotlight on Disability Newsletter
    Disability advocacy and research done internationally and also within APA are featured in this e-newsletter by the Office on Disability Issues.
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  • 2.APA Access
    This newsletter includes advocacy updates, continuing education opportunities, press releases, previews of Monitor on Psychology articles, APA publishing news, new APA products and a calendar of events.
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  • 3.Psychological Science Agenda
    Main landing page for the Psychological Science Agenda newsletter.
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  • 4.PsychMarketer
    Articles on digital and mobile marketing, PsycCareers, and new journals.
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  • 5.APA Science Policy News
    A newsletter covering issues such as appropriations to NSF, NIH and the VA; scientific peer review; and other research and behavioral science issues.
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  • 6.CoA Update
    Periodic policy and procedure updates from Commission on Accreditation and the APA Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation.
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  • 7.The Gavel
    The newsletter of the Criminal Justice Section of Division 18.
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  • 8.The School Psychologist
    The purpose of The School Psychologist is to provide a vehicle for the rapid dissemination of news and recent advances in practice, policy, and research in the field of school psychology.
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  • 9.The Military Psychologist: 2014
    A listing of publications for the year.
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  • 10.Developmental Psychologist
    The Division 7 Developmental Psychologists Newsletter is published twice annually and includes exclusive content from members and contributors on various developmental psychology topics.
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Results 110 of 11 for "Newsletter Homepage"X related to "People are not their disabilities"