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If you have a master's degree or 2 years of graduate study in psychology or a related field at a regionally accredited institution, you are eligible to become an associate of APA.Web Page 2.Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (Division 33)Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (APA Division 33) covers the treatment of intellectual and developmental disabilities with specialists in behavior modification and technology, dual diagnosis, early intervention, aging and adult development, and making the transition into adulthood.Web Page 3.Conflict of Interest PolicyAny duality of interest or possible conflict of interest on the part of any officer or governing board member should be disclosed to the other members of the board and made a matter of record when the interest becomes a matter of action.Web Page 4.Reports and PublicationsReports and publications that impact the area of graduate education in psychology including academic policy documents from the American Association of University Professors and the Council of Graduate Schools, professional policy documents from APA, the American Board of Professional Psychology, the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers and more.Web Page 5.Graduate and Postdoctoral EducationAdvanced degrees in psychology prepare students for careers as researchers, academics or licensed clinical psychologists, among many possibilities. For students, choosing a graduate program that's a good fit is the first step toward a career in psychology or a related field. Changes in the academic and professional landscape require an understanding of career trends in academia, doctoral internship supply and demand, postdoctoral requirements and nontraditional career paths.Web Page 6.APA Accredited ProgramsAPA Commission on Accreditation accredits: doctoral graduate programs in clinical, counseling and school psychology, and programs offering combinations of two or more of these areas; internship programs which are a required component of doctoral training; and post-doctoral residency programs for an advanced level of competency in traditional and specialty practice areas of psychology. Web Page 7.Academic Career GuidanceLook beyond academia and research — corporations, nonprofits and the military are all new areas of opportunity for psychology graduates. But if your heart is set in academia, non-tenure-track and part-time positions may be part of the route to a tenure-track job. In some cases, they may even be the ideal academic position. So beef up your resume, get published and be flexible in today’s changing academic landscape.Web Page 8.Information for Students with DisabilitiesFree books for students with disabilities, the resource guide for psychology graduate students with disabilities, internship and postdoctoral agency directors ADA responsibilities, interviewing applicants with disabilities for doctoral and postdoctoral internship positions, graduate students with disabilities writing for publication, the American Psychological Association of Graduate Students (APAGS), and more.Web Page 9.Recursos informativos acerca de la Ley de Paridad en la Salud MentalMás del 26 por ciento de los estadounidenses adultos padecen un trastorno mental diagnosticable, pero sólo el 33 por ciento de esas personas reciben atención, según datos del Instituto Nacional de Salud Mental (National Institute of Mental Health). Y, de esa cifra, sólo la tercera parte se beneficia con un tratamiento considerado solamente como “mínimamente adecuado”.Web Page (February 2011)10.Undergraduate EducationAPA offers undergraduate psychology faculty and departments tools to improve classroom teaching, evaluate program quality and construct curricula. As one of the most popular undergraduate majors, psychology can prepare students to be successful in many different careers — from the social sciences to business and beyond.Web Page Previous 1 2 3 ... Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: ADVERTISEMENT Results 1–10 of 3089 for "Web Page"X related to "Dual graduate careers: How to manage a..."