Psychology Giving: Past Issues

  • August 2008[PDF]

    In this issue: pregnancy, miscarriage, postpartum depression, and integrating behavioral services into primary health care practice.

  • July 2007[PDF]

    In this issue: LGB family psychology, gift for public policy research, anxiety disorder research and an APF International Fund.

  • January 2007[PDF]

    In this issue: sexual assault prevention programs, understanding the human mind and funding neuropsychology research.

  • September 2006[PDF]

    In this issue: grants for population research, schizophrenia search, LGB family dynamics and diet.

  • July 2006[PDF]

    In this issue: research on childhood injuries, serious mental illness, healthy organizations and outstanding teaching.

  • January 2006[PDF]

    In this issue: research on gifted and talented children and adolescents, coping with chronic pain, LGB research and talented scholars.

  • April 2005[PDF]

    In this issue: violence prevention and intervention, COGDOP graduate research scholarships and improving mental health services for people with severe mental illness.

  • November 2004[PDF]

    In this issue: the first Educational Assessment Congressional Fellow, a grant to examine racial and gender stereotypes and an outstanding clinical health psychologist.

  • November 2003[PDF]

    In this issue: the 50th anniversary gala, high school achivement awards and a transatlantic psychology award.

  • January 2003[PDF]

    In this issue: the Psychological Corporation gives to the Congressional fellowship, funding innovative research and convention travel for TOPSS scholars.

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