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  • 1.GPE Anecdotes
    Individual accounts of the impact of the Graduate Psychology Education Program on various institutions and programs.
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  • 2.PsycEXTRA® Sample Records
    Provides sample PsycEXTRA® records for consumer brochure, bibliography, magazine article, newspaper and research report document types.
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  • 3.APA Approved Sponsors of Continuing Professional Education
    APA-approved sponsors of continuing professional education located in North American and European states and provinces.
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  • 4.Psychology Topics
    Plain-language explanations of how our mental health and behavior play a role in everyday issues such as: aging, depression, eating disorders, emotional health, marriage & divorce, parenting, sexuality, sleep, stress and trauma.
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  • 5.Obituaries
    List of obituaries of prominent psychologists who have appeared in the American Psychologist.
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  • 6.PsycINFO® Journal Coverage List
    A list of all the journals that are regularly scanned for inclusion in the PsycINFO® database.
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  • 7.Effects of Poverty, Hunger, and Homelessness on Children and Youth
    Where child poverty is concentrated, the effects of youth poverty regarding academic achievement, psychosocial outcomes and physical health, the prevalence of child hunger in the U.S., the effects of hunger and undernutrition on child development, the risks severe hunger can have on school-aged youth, the risk factors for homelessness in children and youth, and more.
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  • 8.Archive — Aging
    Earlier information and activities related to aging, end-of-life issues, geropsychology and respite care.
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  • 9.President-elect
    Biography, presidential initiative and cabinet for APA President-elect Barry S. Anton, PhD.
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  • 10.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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