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  • 1.The Psychoanalytic Activist: Spring 2013
    In this issue: Messages from the editor and the president, a glimpse at raising the next generation of activists, and a look at a training institute designed to be free of political influence.
    Newsletter - The Psychoanalytic Activist (April 2013)
  • 2.SES Indicator: August 2013
    This newsletter addresses taxing the poor, the Summer Book Review and Expert Series, Katherine S. Newman, PhD's, take on taxing the poor, social and economic achievements of American workers, SES Student Resource Guide and The Structural Determinants of Poverty, an Annotated Bibliography.
    Newsletter - The SES Indicator (August 2013)
  • 3.Psychology Giving: Spring 2013
    This newsletter addresses visionary grants, student support, boosting early career psychologists, APF grantees, donors, visionary circle, and Legacy Club Members.
    Newsletter - Psychology Giving (March 2013)
  • 4.Public Service Psychology: Fall 2011
    In this issue of Psychologists in Public Service: The new president outlines the 2012 division goals, we prepare for the upcoming APA convention, the benefits of division membership, division award recipients, and section reports.
    Newsletter - Public Service Psychology (October 2011)
  • 5.APA Access — Feb. 14, 2012
    The articles in this issue discuss young violence victims, FDA regulations, veterans’ mental health services, social sciences in medical education, methodological community-based research and scholarships, awards and grants.
    Newsletter - APA Access (February 2012)
  • 6.April 2011 In the Public Interest Newsletter
    Articles featured include: Governing public interest: BAPPI and the public interest committees; Welcoming new Public Interest staff; February Council actions on Public Interest items; Early registration opens for the 9th International Conference on Occupational Stress and Health, and more.
    Newsletter - In the Public Interest (April 2011)
  • 7.Public Service Psychology: Fall 2012
    In this issue: highlights from the convention in Orlando, the NACCJCP conference, APA presidential candidate questions, and welcome to the Division's new members.
    Newsletter - Public Service Psychology (October 2012)
  • 8.Women's Psych-E Newsletter: September 2013
    This newsletter addresses Committee on Women in Psychology post-convention news, Leadership Institute for Women in Psychology empowering women, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Women's Programs Office meetings and briefings, equal pay for equal work and upcoming events.
    Newsletter - Women's Psych-E Newsletter (September 2013)
  • 9.January 2014 ITPI
    This newsletter addresses Toni C. Antonucci, PhD, reflections on being a public interest psychologist, Nelson Mandela's words of wisdom, Martin Luther King Jr.'s plea to APA’s 1967 Annual Convention, joy in the lives of the less fortunate, program to fight HIV/AIDS abroad, HIV discrimination, food assistance, relief for sequester and federal spending cuts, and paid family medical leave.
    Newsletter - In the Public Interest (January 2014)
  • 10.Office on Aging Newsletter: May 2013
    This newsletter addresses new members, CONA spring meeting, Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Older Adults, convention, awardee Antonette Zeiss, PhD, collaboration with the Eldercare Workforce Alliance, GeroCentral, policy update, news, resources and entities focusing on aging.
    Newsletter - Office on Aging Newsletter (May 2013)
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