A publication of the Office of International Affairs
October 2010 |Vol. 21, No. 2 Download Issue (PDF, 794KB)
MAY/OCTOBER FEATURED ARTICLES
Summer 2010 was active for APA representation at international meetings. APA leaders, Board members, governance leaders and senior staff joined APA members to present and learn.
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE...
- APA’s Public Interest Directorate: Spotlight on International Activities
The APA Public Interest Directorate has been working with international partners to increase scientific understanding of the role of psychology in areas dealing with children, violence, stress, sexual orienation, discrimination, war, families and more.
- LGBT Activities at the International Congress of Psychology: A Programming Stream, A Symposium, a Resolution, and a Network
During the 27th International Congress of Psychology (ICAP) in Melbourne, Australia, there were a number of activities significant to LGBT activities and advocacy.
- Toward a Global Science of Psychology
Several topics were addressed at a week-long series of scientific panels and meetings at the International Congress of Applied Psychology (ICAP).
By Pamela Flattau
- Consumption and the Rights of Earth: Perspectives from Psychology and Other Disciplines
At a recent UN panel, psychologist David Krantz outlined ways in which different fields might offer hope for humankind’s efforts at restraint in our relationship with our planet.
By Susan A. Nolan, PhD
- Historical and Contemporary Aspects of Psychology in Sudan
This article examines the history of psychology in Sudan, particularly as it developed in academic institutions.
By Adil Ishag Abdallah
- Book Review: Promoting the Best Interests of the Child Through Adoption Practice Informed by Research
A review of International Advances in Adoption Research for Practice by Gretchen Miller Wrobel and Elsbeth Neil (Eds.).
- Recently Published
Summary of recently published books related to international psychology.
- APA Announces New International Journal
International Perspectives in Psychology: Research, Practice, & Consultation is committed to publishing conceptual models, methodologies, and research findings to help study and understand human behavior and experiences around the world from a psychological perspective.