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  • 1.PsychMarketer
    Articles on digital and mobile marketing, PsycCareers, and new journals.
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  • 2.Variability - Newsletter of the Minority Fellowship Program
    Read the Variability Newsletter from MFP, one of the most successful training programs for ethnic and racial minority researchers and service providers in the history of federally funded training programs.
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  • 3.Progress Notes
    The Newsletter of The Society of Pediatric Psychology, Division 54, American Psychological Association, offers practical and timely information on the field of pediatric psychology, as well as information about SPP awards, grants, events, and member news.
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  • 4.The Running Psychologist
    This is the official publication of Division 47's Section I, The Running Psychologist. It includes marathon information from across the country, and other information for psychologists that are interested in running.
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  • 5.Division 36 Newsletter
    In this issue: The many faces and voices of Division 36, 11th Annual Midyear Conference on Religion and Spirituality, China delegation 2012, Reflections as a faculty member at Spalding University, and student perspectives of the APA convention.
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  • 6.The Asian Pacific Women’s Connection (Section V)
    This is the official newsletter of Section V, and contains articles from the section's president, president-elect, lists of section events and other information relevant to members.
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  • 7.Psychotherapy and the Arts
    This is a publication from the Division 32 Psychotherapy Special Interest Group. It includes section news, upcoming convention information, commentary, books and more.
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