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  • 1.Psychology Teacher Network — September 2013
    This newsletter addresses educational outcomes based on teaching styles, teaching a diverse audience, words of wisdom by William James, Semester at Sea program, helping students find relevance, new TOPSS resources, news from TOPSS and PT@CC, "Permanent present tense: The unforgettable life of the amnesic patient" book review, Introductory Psychology Course, Psychology Department Program, students preparing for college and STEM careers, Publication Manual, Psychology Synergy Conference, 'Research-Based Approaches for Teaching Psychology', Mid-Atlantic Teaching of Psychology Conference and the National Council for the Social Studies Conference.
    Newsletter - Psychology Teacher Network (September 2013)
  • 2.Office on Aging Newsletter: December 2013
    This newsletter addresses the Michael Smyer's Committee on Aging Award, APA Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Older Adults, CONA fall 2013 meeting, multidisciplinary competencies in the care of older adults, APA's participation in national aging efforts, aging policy update, recent news stories, resources on aging issues and APA entities with a focus on aging.
    Newsletter - Office on Aging Newsletter (December 2013)
  • 3.PracticeUpdate - April 26, 2012
    Articles in this newsletter discuss improved advocacy communications, changes in neuropsychology assessment policy, Give an Hour founder Barbara Van Dahlen, PhD, deaf interpreters and forensic psychology books.
    Newsletter - Practice Update (April 2012)
  • 4.PracticeUpdate - Jan. 17, 2013
    This newsletter addresses the Physician Quality Reporting System, handling records of a deceased psychologist, the Essential Health Benefits rule, treating depression in older adults, and a spotlight on state advocacy efforts.
    Newsletter - Practice Update (January 2013)
  • 5.From Science to Practice: Summer 2012
    In this issue: confidentiality in schools, DBT skills in schools, becoming culturally competent, academic careers for school psychologists, diversity scholarship winners, and more.
    Newsletter - From Science to Practice (July 2012)
  • 6.Exercise and Sport Psychology Newsletter: Fall 2011
    In this issue: The president-elect discusses the launch of the new division website, culture in sport psychology, division awards, division reports and an open call for nominations for fellow.
    Newsletter - Exercise and Sport Psychology Newsletter (October 2011)
  • 7.The School Psychologist: Spring 2012
    In this issue: The president outlines many of the division's recent activities, practice and research updates, updates from the Professional Development Forum and the SASP Student Corner, a book review about children and ADHA, and division candidate statements.
    Newsletter - The School Psychologist (April 2012)
  • 8.APA Access — Dec. 16, 2013
    This newsletter addresses the report “Gun Violence: Prediction, Prevention, and Policy,” key court decisions on marriage equality, internship imbalances, APAGS journals that provide publishing training ground for students and new psychologists, low interest rates on student loans, educational and psychological testing standards, APA Campus Suicide Prevention Program, and APA information technology services and solutions.
    Newsletter - APA Access (December 2013)
  • 9.InSight: November 2012
    In this issue: the APA apportionment ballot, a new member forum, case studies in narcissism, the Tabin book award, and graduate student research grants.
    Newsletter - InSight (November 2012)
  • 10.CoA Update May 2011
    Articles featured include: CoA spring meeting; new implementing regulation – C-11(d); Annual Report Online; public comment items; higher education session at APA Convention.
    Newsletter - Commission on Accreditation (CoA) Update (May 2011)
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Results 110 of 240 for "Newsletter"X related to "Why we overestimate our competence"