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  • 1.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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  • 2.Communique News Journal - A voice for Ethnic Minority Psychology
    A publication of the Office Of Ethnic Minority Affairs (OEMA)
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  • 3.Psychological Science Agenda
    Main landing page for the Psychological Science Agenda newsletter.
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  • 4.APA Science Policy News
    A newsletter covering issues such as appropriations to NSF, NIH and the VA; scientific peer review; and other research and behavioral science issues.
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  • 5.PracticeUpdate
    Learn more about APAPO recent activities, state-based health insurance exchanges, and research on stress and physical health.
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  • 6.Psychopharmacology and Substance Abuse Newsletter
    The Psychopharmacology and Substance Abuse Newsletter published three times/year keeps members informed about Division 28 activities as well as to provide news and comment concerning all aspects of psychopharmacology and substance abuse.
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  • 7.The School Psychologist
    The purpose of The School Psychologist is to provide a vehicle for the rapid dissemination of news and recent advances in practice, policy, and research in the field of school psychology.
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  • 8.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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Results 18 of 8 for "Newsletter Homepage"X related to "Racial disparities in NIH research..."