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  • 1.Psychologists on the Hill: Grassroots efforts and new PAC aid legislative advocacy
    The APA Practice Organization’s political action committee gives psychologists the opportunity to build crucial relationships with key members of Congress who will support APAPO’s legislative advocacy agenda.
    Newsletter Article - Practice Update (April 2013)
  • 2.Research roundup: Self-injurious behavior, part 1
    Better understanding of factors related to the occurrence of self-injurious behavior may facilitate more efficient and appropriate assessment and treatment.
    Newsletter Article - Practice Update (October 2011)
  • 3.Is empiricism a false promise, or does the cure lie within ourselves?
    The first title, edited by Susan Lazar, includes psychotherapy outcome research studies and the cost effectiveness of therapy regarding various treatments with a number of diverse populations.
    Newsletter Article - DIVISION/Review (January 2011)
  • 4.The Richie Incognito case: Workplace bullying or just "locker room" culture?
    The Richie Incognito Case raises troubling and complex questions about workplace bullying, jock culture and American culture overall regarding issues of power disparities, masculinity and race.
    Newsletter Article - In the Public Interest (December 2013)
  • 5.Community and state hospital section
    Members surveyed agree that working in the public sector is a rewarding yet challenging mission.
    Newsletter Article - Public Service Psychology (October 2012)
  • 6.Orlando and Orpheus: Meditations on diversity
    The author meditates on the contradictions that attend epistemological hegemony and the limitations of the overly zealous, monolithic and doctrinaire.
    Newsletter Article - Society for Humanistic Psychology Newsletter (October 2012)
  • 7.Unbodies of water: The health effects of extinction and genocide — Arawak perspectives
    It is noted that the Arawak people (indigenous people of the Caribbean, northern South America, Central America, and southern North America) are generally viewed to be extinct. But the authors argue otherwise: The Arawak and their descendents are “zombified” (the living dead) due to negative effects of colonialism — especially its rupture of the home-family culture and socialization to an alien one. Strategies for reclaiming Arawak culture and health are discussed.
    Newsletter Article - Communique (August 2010)
  • 8.Featured Commentary: Trayvon, Troy, Sean: When racial biases and microaggressions kill
    The subtle racism that people of color experience has been found to have significant effects on mental and physical health.
    Newsletter Article - Communique (July 2012)
  • 9.Reflections on cultural humility
    Given the complexity of multiculturalism, it is beneficial to understand cultural competency as a process rather than an end product.
    Newsletter Article - CYF News (August 2013)
  • 10.Call for papers, special issue of Voices
    This issue will address questions of belonging, relationships with the earth and the natural world, and how we encourage exploration of the natural world.
    Newsletter Article - Environmental, Population, and Conservation Psychology Bulletin (October 2012)
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