Psychology International

A publication of the Office of International Affairs
November 2007 | Vol. 18, No. 5

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2007 FEATURED ARTICLES

Continuing the International Mission: A Year With the Committee on International Relations in Psychology

By Thema Bryant-Davis, PhD

The CIRP committee achieved all of their goals in a year which were to start a speaker’s bureau for the United Nations APA delegates to utilize for programming, advance awareness around the genocide in Darfur, and advance international awareness globally through our APA convention programming.

Fulbrighters to be Celebrated at 2008 APA Convention

The broad international outreach begun with APA President Sharon Brehm’s invitations to all presidents of national psychology associations to attend convention in 2007 and will continue in 2008 as President-Elect Alan Kazdin extends a warm invitation to colleagues who have been Fulbright scholars, fellows and students.

UN REPORT

SENIOR DIRECTOR'S COLUMN

ALSO IN THIS ISSUE...

  • Council Elects New CIRP Members
    Each year three members of the Committee on International Relations in Psychology (CIRP) end their term and three new members join the committee, elected by APA’s Council of Representatives.
  • APA Recognizes Psychologists for International Work
    The American Psychological Association (APA) gives two awards in recognition of outstanding contributions to international cooperation and advancement of psychology—the Award for Distinguished Contributions to the International Advancement of Psychology and the APA International Humanitarian Award.
  • Division 52 Report: Reflections on 2007
    Michael J. Stevens reflecting on everything he accomplished while sevrving as the President of APA's Division 52 - International Psychology in 2007.
    By Michael J. Stevens
  • British Psychological Society Welcomes Visitors
    The Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society will take place in Dublin, Ireland (2 - 4 April 2008) and feature keynote speakers talking about the science of well being, challenges for a global development psychology, the orgin of concepts and many more topics.

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