Psychology International

A publication of the Office of International Affairs
August 2008 | Vol. 19, No. 3

AUGUST 2008 FEATURED ARTICLES

Welcome to the 2008 APA Convention

One of the 2008 highlights is that close to 100 Fulbright scholars will arrive at convention to celebrate their Fulbright experience and share information about their work and research in nations across the globe.

Berlin 2008: Host to International Psychologists

By Merry Bullock, PhD

One of the innovative programming features at the conference was “controversial debates,” which pitted scholars arguing two sides of a current issue.

SENIOR DIRECTOR’S COLUMN

  • Senior Director's Column--Convention
    From an international perspective, the convention offers opportunities for us to explore our principles, procedures, assumptions, and theories, and to ask where they are the same, where they overlap, and where they differ in ways that will teach us about the unitary or diverse nature of our discipline and our cultures.
    By Merry Bullock, PhD

ALSO IN THIS ISSUE...

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PSYCHOLOGY IN ACTION

UN REPORT

  • Selecting APA's UN Intern
    In the spring of 2008, the APA UN NGO team learned from Dr. Florence Denmark, Main Representative, that APA’s Committee on International Affairs in Psychology (CIRP) had approved adding volunteer Student Intern positions to the team.
    By Janet Sigal, PhD

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