Psychology International: Past Issues

  • March 2015[PDF]

    This newsletter addresses the International Beliefs and Values Institute, The Association of Black Psychologists, psychological science in Santiago, APA President Barry Anton, APA Division 17's International Section, APA's engagement in the international psychology arena, Carol Dweck's research on mindset, U.N. and the sustainable development goals, "Essentials of Global Mental Health," publications relevant to international psychology and announcements for the International Affairs Office.

  • December 2014

    This newsletter addresses promoting an international perspective in American psychology, a first-person account of the refugee experience, the 2014 Caribbean Regional Conference of Psychology, psychology in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Global Networking Forum discussion on the intersection of psychology and the Ebola epidemic, psychology in Cuba, the Bucharest Early Intervention Project, book review of "Men's Gender Role Conflict: Psychological Costs, Consequences, and an Agenda for Change," 2015 APA International Awards and International Affairs announcements.

  • October 2014

    This newsletter addresses building mental health treatment capacity in Tanzania, developments in the United Nations psychology community, globalization and internationalization in psychology’s culture, reflections from APA’s 2013-2014 student interns at the United Nations, Culture and Psychology: Constructing Culture and Explaining Psychological Variability book review, and recently published books relevant to international psychology.

  • June 2014

    This newsletter addresses psychological contributions to sustainable development, psychological science to GLBTQ issues, India’s efforts at developing the talent of its youth, psychology’s global impact, APA's Children, Youth, and Families Office international collaborations, UN matters, recently published books relevant to international psychology, international programming for the 2014 APA convention, and international networks and databases announcements.

  • March 2014

    Issue highlights include: building mental health care capacity in Haiti; CIRP promoting international perspectives in psychology education; global mental health programs and news; recent publications; interview with 2014 APA President Nadine Kaslow.

  • December 2013

    In this issue: Nelson Mandela's legacy, indigenous psychologies, international awards recipients, Cuba, book review, announcements and more.

  • October 2013

    In this issue: Updates from 2013 international conferences, psychology in Columbia, Div. 52 convention highlights, climate change and human rights, emotionally focused couples therapy in Russia and more.

  • June 2013

    In this issue: Division 52 convention highlights, Kosovo, FIAP, Bulgaria, Donald Bersoff, international outreach, humanitarian work, announcements and more.

  • March 2013

    In this issue: working internationally, learning partners, Division 52, World Health Organization, Holocaust awareness, behavioral health, psychology resources around the world, announcements, and more.

  • December 2012

    In this issue: promoting psychology globally, 20th Congress of the Mexican Psychological Society, the UAE launches its first clinical psychology graduate program, 13th European Congress of Psychology and more.

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