Results 1–10 of 222 for "FAQ"X related to "On the Record: May 2011" Refine Your Search Refine Your Search TopicEducation (38)Law & psychology (3)Addictions (1)Disability (1)Environment (1) 3 more... [+] Natural disasters (1)Therapy (1)Workplace issues (1)Hide detailsDocument TypeFAQXYear2013 (1)2010 (2)Author/ContributorState Advocacy Staff (1) Results 1–10 of 222 Previous 1 2 3 ... Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: 1.How can I get information on a particular subject for my research project?APA's bibliographic databases and printed indexes provide summaries of journal articles, book chapters, books, and other scholarly documents in psychology and related disciplines.FAQ 2.FAQs for the 2013-2014 Leadership Institute for Women in PsychologyExplains why the 2013 LIWP program is targeting mid-career women at the rank of associate or clinical associate professor level or above, if assistant professors in academic and academic medical settings are eligible to apply, why mid-career women in clinical and consulting settings must work at least half-time in practice or consultation to be considered, and other frequently asked questions.FAQ 3.I can't find the example reference I need in the Publication Manual. What should I do?Provides APA Style guidelines on example references, as well as a link to the APA Style blog's series of posts about creating a reference.FAQ 4.What are membership benefits?Membership benefits vary by membership category and include discounts on car rentals, computers, office equipment, APA books and magazines; payroll processing; and special insurance rates.FAQ 5.How can I join APA?PhD or doctoral-level psychologists can become members of APA. Master's degree holders can become associates of APA, and there are a number of affiliate programs for students, high school teachers and international psychologists.FAQ 6.Where can I find information on medical school psychologists?You can learn about medical school psychologists from the 2003 Medical School / Academic Medical Center Psychologists Employment Survey.FAQ 7.What kinds of programs are accredited?APA accredits doctoral graduate programs in clinical, counseling, school psychology, other developed practice areas, and combination programs; predoctoral internships; and postdoctoral residencies.FAQ 8.Where can I find information on APA's position on particular issues?APA's press room contains links to APA's position, news responses and press releases.FAQ 9.What is the difference between APA accreditation and institutional accreditation?The APA Commission on Accreditation is a specialized/professional accreditor. APA accreditation only extends to specific doctoral graduate programs, predoctoral internships and postdoctoral residencies in professional psychology.FAQ 10.Graduate Programs: How can I learn more about graduate programs in psychology in the United States?You can learn about graduate programs in psychology through APA's book Graduate Study in Psychology or the database Graduate Study Online. You will learn about tuition, housing, financial aid and applications.FAQ Previous 1 2 3 ... Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: ADVERTISEMENT Results 1–10 of 222 for "FAQ"X related to "On the Record: May 2011"