Pipher's pioneering prose Best-selling author and psychologist Mary Pipher will discuss her upcoming book at the convention opening session, Friday, Aug. 24.
Psychology responds to racial profiling More psychologists are utilizing their unique skills to help communities, law enforcement and government officials understand racial profiling.
Psychology's original 'survivor' Albert Ellis hopes telling his story will encourage other psychologists to come forth with their own innovative ideas.
You asked for it, you got it: more CE at APA's Annual Convention In response to members' requests, APA has expanded its continuing-education offerings at this year's convention.
Convention offers new insights for practitioners For three days, scientists will enjoy a wealth of science programming at APA's Annual Convention.
Convention offers new insights for practitioners APA's Practice Directorate is sponsoring a diverse program throughout convention.
Lessons for psychology's teachers Convention offers programs for all levels of educators.
APA's Public Interest programming whets every appetite Violence, women's issues and high-stakes testing are among program topics.
Convention for beginners Strategies for getting to-- and getting the most from--APA's annual meeting.
Calling all students Think convention is for seasoned psychologists only? Think again.
Presidential miniconvention showcases new opportunities for scientists and practitioners APA President Norine G. Johnson's miniconvention focuses on ways psychologists can expand their outreach worldwide.