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  • 1.Decision Making Within APAGS
    Your participation in helping APAGS make decisions and represent student needs, opinions and issues is, as always, very welcomed and highly encouraged.
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  • 2.2014 APAGS Election
    Vote for open positions in the APAGS election.
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  • 3.APAGS Election Information
    APAGS election and appointment procedures and committee and subcomittee positions.
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  • 4.Careers in Psychology
    This guide provides a look at psychology as a career in many different fields, such as research, consulting, diagnosing and teaching. It includes an outlook of the current job market and testimonials from psychologists on the career paths they have chosen.
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  • 5.2015 APA presidential candidates answer questions about practice
    The five candidates for the 2015 APA presidential election answered questions pertaining to the future of professional practice and the APA Practice Organization.
    Web Page (January 2013)
  • 6.Get Involved in Practice Advocacy
    Supporting congressional candidates with APAPO PAC donations and building relationships with key members of Congress who will help psychology deal with cuts in reimbursement rates and challenges to psychologistsÂ’ scope of practice.
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  • 7.SciLC: Science Leadership Conference
    The Science Leadership Conference provides a venue for psychology's scientific leadership to gather, develop a shared agenda, and plan for the future of scientific psychology.
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  • 8.About APAGS
    From at-home access to research tools like PsycINFO, to opportunities to present your work at APA's annual conventions, membership in APA/APAGS will help you succeed in graduate school and develop as a member of the psychological community.
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  • 9.What Is APAGS Doing for LGBT Issues?
    History of APAGS advocacy for LGBT constituents through its subcommittee, the Committee on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Concerns (APAGS-CLGBTC).
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  • 10.APA 2014 presidential candidates answer questions about practice
    The five candidates for 2014 president of the American Psychological Association answered these two questions on issues pertaining to professional practice.
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