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  • 1.Psychology Student Network — January 2014
    This newsletter addresses demystifying your psychology major, career planning in psychology, getting involved in research as an undergraduate, questions to ask before applying to graduate school, simplifying the graduate school search, the approval of resolution on accreditation for doctoral and internship programs, career recommendations for students interested in people and technology, Psi Chi news, book review of Musicophilia: Tales of music and the brain, and upcoming events in 2014, including the Summer Science Fellowship, psychology’s regional meetings, psychology research conferences, PT@CC Student Presentation Contest, APA Convention and Noba's Student Video Award.
    Newsletter - Psychology Student Network (January 2014)
  • 2.September 2012 PSA
    Articles in this newsletter discuss bottlenose dolphins, F. J. McGuigan Early Career Investigator Prize, Presidential Early Career Awards, Summer Science Fellowship program, Behavioral Research Program, health care stakeholders, Trial Strategy Consultant, open access journal, district lobby week and the National Eye Institute.
    Newsletter - Psychological Science Agenda (September 2012)
  • 3.Psychological Science Agenda
    Articles featured include: building biases, word learning as a developmental cascade and work-life balance: dating in graduate school.
    Newsletter - Psychological Science Agenda (February 2011)
  • 4.The School Psychologist: Spring 2011
    In this issue: knowledge of autism, sluggish cognitive tempo; infants and early childhood, teaching the psychology of men.
    Newsletter - The School Psychologist (April 2011)
  • 5.Psychology Teacher Network — February 2014
    This newsletter addresses guidelines for undergraduate psychology, ethical relationships with students, career recommendation for students interested in people and technology, news from TOPSS and PT@CC, book review of "Against Happiness: In Praise of Melancholy," coalition for the psychology of high performance, Medical College Admission Test online briefing and APA's task forceon the sexualization of girls.
    Newsletter - Psychology Teacher Network (February 2014)
  • 6.Psychological Science Agenda
    Articles featured include: Psychology is the Pipeline to Science; 2011 APA Distinguished Scientific Award Recipients; American Psychologist publishes special issue on climate change; APA recommends against proposed federal lab animal research policy; Fed chief Bernanke endorses government support of basic research; and more.
    Newsletter - Psychological Science Agenda (June 2011)
  • 7.Psychology Teacher Network – February 2013
    This newsletter contains articles on specialties in professional psychology, the ethics of teaching, post-formal thinking, Sustainability Improves Student Learning (SISL) in STEM, a review of "Classic Experiments in Psychology," and APA videos and modules available online for teachers.
    Newsletter - Psychology Teacher Network (February 2013)
  • 8.Psychology Student Network — January 2013
    Newsletter topics include finding a job with an undergraduate degree in psychology, applying and paying for grad school, APAGS representing undergraduate students, APA Summer Science Fellowships, regional psychological association conferences, presenting a poster, APA convention, social media, and student deadlines.
    Newsletter - Psychology Student Network (January 2013)
  • 9.May 2012 PSA
    Articles in this newsletter discuss socioemotional development, Guidelines for the Use of Animals in Behavioral Projects in Schools, Bill Howell's death, annual convention, PTSD in women veterans, federal budget blog, transition to graduate school, obesity, and APF/COGDOP graduate research scholarships.
    Newsletter - Psychological Science Agenda (May 2012)
  • 10.Psychological Science Agenda
    Articles featured include: Reading facial expressions of emotion; Psychology graduates now eligible for STEM visa extensions; National Academy of Sciences adds three psychologists; Six psychologists elected to American Academy of Arts & Sciences; NICHD requests feedback on 10-year Scientific Vision Process; and more.
    Newsletter - Psychological Science Agenda (May 2011)
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