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  • 1.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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  • 2.IRBs and Psychological Science: Ensuring a Collaborative Relationship
    Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) are federally-mandated, locally-administered groups charged with evaluating risks and benefits of human participant research at their institution. To a greater or lesser extent, risks and potential benefits exist in virtually any research with human participants, including research in the behavioral/social sciences.
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  • 3.2014 APAGS Election
    Vote for open positions in the APAGS election.
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  • 4.Principles for Quality Undergraduate Education in Psychology
    The goal is to create an educational system that provides students with the workplace skills needed in this information age; a solid academic background; and the knowledge, skills, and abilities that will enhance their personal lives.
    Web Page (February 2011)
  • 5.Presenter Biographies
    Presenters at The Nature and Influence of Intuition in Law Enforcement.
    Web Page (January 2011)
  • 6.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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  • 7.Division Officers Handbook
    Resource book for division officers, covering eligibility, structure and function, governance, funds, fellows, allocation of convention time, printing and mailing, and publications and communications.
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  • 8.Timeline of American Psychological Association Policies and Actions Related to Detainee Welfare and Professional Ethics in the Context of Interrogation and National Security
    The American Psychological Association's position on torture is clear and unequivocal: Any direct or indirect participation in any act of torture or other forms of cruel, degrading or inhuman treatment or punishment by psychologists is strictly prohibited. Such acts are clear violations of APA's no torture/no abuse policy.
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  • 9.HIV and Work Challenges for Psychologists: Module 7 HOPE Resource Package
    Information on HIV and employment, social security benefits, HIV disability, workforce re-entry programs sponsored by the federal government, and challenges that may be faced by psychologists working with HIV-infected individuals interested in re-entering the workforce.
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  • 10.Interrogation Vignettes Responses
    Comments on APA policy's on the role of psychologists in national security-related activities
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