Results 1–10 of 11 for "Brochure/Pamphlet"X related to "Governing public interest: BAPPI and..." Refine Your Search Refine Your Search TopicChildren (4)Military (4)Personality (4)Teens (3)Education (2) 7 more... [+] Bullying (1)Disability (1)Emotional health (1)Law & psychology (1)Stress (1)Violence (1)Women & men (1)Hide detailsDocument TypeBrochure/PamphletXYear2012 (3)2011 (4) Results 1–10 of 11 Previous 1 2 Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: 1.The Americans With Disabilities Act and How It Affects PsychologistsProvides an overview of the ADA, its relevance to psychology and to psychologists working in a variety of settings. Produced by the Committee on Disability Issues in Psychology.Brochure/Pamphlet 2.Resilience for teens: Got bounce?Resilience skills can be learned. Teens can benefit from ten APA Help Center resilience tips. Brochure/Pamphlet (May 2011)3.Resilience in a time of war: Wartime stress and teensWartime stress can overwhelm teens, especially those with relatives in the military or friends in ROTC. Brochure/Pamphlet (July 2011)4.How parents, teachers and kids can take action to prevent bullyingPreventing and stopping bullying involves a commitment to creating a safe environment where children can thrive, socially and academically, without being afraid. APA recommends that teachers, parent, and students take the following actions to address bullying. Brochure/Pamphlet (January 2011)5.A Graduate Student’s Guide to Determining Authorship Credit and Authorship OrderAuthorship entails a public acknowledgment of scientific or professional contribution to a disseminated piece of information and includes involvement in various tasks associated with the project.Brochure/Pamphlet 6.Love Doesn’t Have to Hurt TeensEvery relationship has problems and upsets. But if you see patterns of uncontrolled anger, jealousy or possessiveness, or if there is shoving, slapping, forced sex, or other physical violence, it’s time to find help.Brochure/Pamphlet 7.Resilience Guide for Parents & TeachersWe tend to idealize childhood as a carefree time, but youth alone offers no shield against the emotional hurts and traumas many children face. Children can be asked to deal with problems ranging from adapting to a new classroom to bullying by classmates or even abuse at home. The ability to thrive despite these challenges arises from the skills of resilience.Brochure/Pamphlet (January 2012)8.Resilience in a Time of War Tips for Parents & Teachers of Elementary School ChildrenEvents are uncertain for children. Their friends' parents, or perhaps their own parents, may be called away to serve in the military. They look to teachers as well as to parents to make them feel safe in a time of war.Brochure/Pamphlet (July 2011)9.Resilience in a Time of War: Tips for Parents and Teachers of Middle School ChildrenJust as your child learns reading and writing, he or she can learn the skills of resilience. Brochure/Pamphlet (September 2012)10.Resilience in a Time of War: Tips for Parents & Day-Care Providers of Preschool ChildrenAlthough you may think they’re too young to understand, even very young children can become frightened after seeing the news or overhearing conversations. Brochure/Pamphlet (September 2012) Previous 1 2 Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: ADVERTISEMENT Results 1–10 of 11 for "Brochure/Pamphlet"X related to "Governing public interest: BAPPI and..."