- March 2014
This newsletter addresses launching young psychologists careers, research on sleep and bipolar disorder, screening for young patients’ anxiety and depressive symptoms, APF Visionary Grants, Asian and Asian-American children’s social and emotional development, and 2013 APF grantees.
- November 2013
This newsletter addresses the campaign to support promising young psychologists, grantee spotlight, donors that contributed to fund APF projects, transforming teenagers, Lee Gurel's legacy and gifts contributed to APF colleagues.
- March 2013
This newsletter addresses visionary grants, student support, boosting early career psychologists, APF grantees, donors, visionary circle, and Legacy Club Members.
- November 2012
In this issue: Helping children through psychology, improving relationship communication skills, recent gifts to APF, visionary grants and psychology's future.
- April 2012
The articles in this newsletter discuss Pearson's gift to help society’s neediest, the community foundation for psychology, APF Legacy Club, Board of trustees, visionary circle, tribute to colleagues and recent grants.
- September 2011[PDF]
In this newsletter: suicide, victims of persecution, helping young people cope with violence aftermath and discrimination, along with recent grants for new mothers, and launching careers for psychologists who devote their careers to underserved populations.
- April 2011[PDF]
In this issue: a scholarship can fuel a career, causes of risky and antisocial behavior, supporting early-career psychologists, linking depression and Parkinson’s Disease and using neuropsychology to protect athletes.
- April 2010[PDF]
In this issue: APF sends high school students to Yale, neuropsychology scholarships, violence intervention therapy, aftermath of disaster and coping with discrimination.
- April 2009[PDF]
In this issue: new travel scholarships, postdisaster research and changing attitudes about disabilities.
- August 2008[PDF]
In this issue: pregnancy, miscarriage, postpartum depression, and integrating behavioral services into primary health care practice.