Psychology International: Past Issues

  • March 2009

    This issue includes an interview with 2009 APA President James Bray, community-based collaboration to prevent child trafficking and APA's sponsorship of a program at the 53rd Commission on the Status of Women.

  • January 2009

    This issue features an interview with the 2009 CIRP Chair, Jeanne Marecek, a report on a meeting between delegates from Bulgaria and APA staff and information on addressing mental health and psychosocial well-being in post-conflict settings.

  • December 2008

    This issue includes a report on the exploration of psychology in Sri Lanka, information on the United Nations International Day of Older Persons and a wrap-up of the second annual Psychology Day at the United Nations.

  • October 2008

    This issue includes information on the role of industrial-organizational psychology in assessing NGO outcomes at the UN, a report on internationalizing psychology education and an article on the emerging role of data visualization in enabling international comparisons.

  • August 2008

    This issue includes a wrap-up of the 29th International Congress of Psychology in Berlin, reflections from a Fulbright scholar on her work on domestic violence prevention in Cyprus and an article about selecting a UN intern.

  • May 2008

    This issue includes highlights from the Spring 2008 Committee on International Relations meeting, how APA and the British Psychological Society signed a memorandum of understanding pledging to work together to support the development of psychology in the interests of human health and welfare and efforts to challenge the mental disorder concept of homosexuality.

  • January 2008

    This issue includes an article about a new international resource guide published by the American Psychological Association of Graduate Students (APAGS), highlights of a National Academy of Science briefing on international collaborations in behavioral and social science and information on APA's adoption of a resolution against genocide.

  • November 2007

    In this issue: Committee on International Relations in Psychology, the 2007 International Day of Older Persons and Icelanders' psychological help-seeking patterns.

  • September 2007

    In this issue: new guidelines for providing mental health and psychological support in emergency settings, the first annual Psychology Day at the United Nations and addressing child development in developing countries.

  • May 2007

    In this issue: an agreement between APA and the Jordanian Psychological Association, "PsyCorps" and "Psychology Without Borders," two NGOs that help psychologists apply their skills in emergencies around the globe.

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