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Psychology’s role in ending violence worldwide highlighted at APA-sponsored United Nations briefing

Psychology’s role in ending violence worldwide highlighted at APA-sponsored United Nations briefing

A panel of psychologists addressed the importance of psychology in understanding and ending violence worldwide at a June 12 briefing in New York.

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From APA Publishing

  • Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity
    This journal explores sexual orientation and gender diversity. Articles aim to advance the psychological knowledge of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals and their families, couples and marriage, health and health care, aging, work, and careers.
  • Taking Control of Anxiety
    This concise how-to book teaches you to manage everyday stress and anxiety or a severe chronic condition such as panic, posttraumatic stress, or overwhelming worry, so you can relax and enjoy life.
  • Longitudinal Data Analysis Using Structural Equation Models
    This book identifies five basic purposes of longitudinal structural equation modeling and presents the most useful strategies and models for analysis of the data.
  • Single-Case Intervention Research
    This text is a compendium of tools and information for researchers considering single-case design research, a newly viable and often essential methodology in applied psychology, education, and related fields.
  • Complementary and Alternative Medicine for Psychologists
    This book arms mental health professionals with research-based information and practical tips on integrating complementary and alternative medicine with conventional treatment.

Continuing Education in Psychology

  • CE Workshops
    Select from 81 continuing education workshops at APA’s convention this year, including four presidential workshops and the sixth annual distinguished workshop series.

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