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  • 1.Speaking of Psychology: Understanding climate change
    Psychologists Janet Swim, PhD, and John Fraser, PhD, discuss how psychological research can contribute to an understanding of global climate change.
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  • 2.Task Force on the Interface between Psychology and Global Climate Change
    The task force is responsible for developing a proposed research agenda dealing with how psychological science should address global climate change, which will provide APA with action and policy recommendations in regards to commonalities in psychological science and global climate shifts.
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  • 3.Task Force Reports
    Reports from APA task forces on topics such as children and families, sexual orientation, education, health care and mental health care, and the field of psychology.
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  • 4.Publications and Reports
    Publications on research ethics, MRIs, IRBs, statistical methods, testing and assessment, and psychology as a STEM discipline.
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  • 5.Becoming a Climate and Environmental Psychologist
    Climate and environmental psychology is a subfield of psychology that is dedicated to creating, managing, protecting and restoring environments in order to promote productive and healthy behaviors.
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  • 6.Society's Grand Challenges: Insights from Psychological Science
    Each booklet describes how psychological science is addressing prolonging vitality, global climate change and health disparities.
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  • 7.APA Videos
    Videos created by APA at events such as the Annual Convention.
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  • 8.APA Activities at the UN
    APA activities at the United Nations regarding sustainable development, climate change and physical stress of HIV/AIDS caregiving.
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  • 9.Peer Review
    Feedback from colleagues with similar backgrounds, expertise, and knowledge can be a valuable asset. Positive peer reviews contribute to increased funding opportunities, academic advancement, and a good reputation. On the other hand, peer reviewers can fall prey to bias, both positive and negative.
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  • 10.Press Room
    Resources for reporters and other members of the media, including recent APA press releases, links to policy statements, hot topics, op-eds and more.
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