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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.Recipients of the Award for the Advancement of Psychology and Aging
    The APA Committee on Aging congratulates the most recent Award for the Advancement of Psychology and Aging recipients.
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  • 3.Obituaries
    List of obituaries of prominent psychologists who have appeared in the American Psychologist.
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  • 4.Working in Psychological Science
    Careers in psychology can lead down many interesting paths. From supporting businesses, schools, health care entities and much more, psychologists use science to improve lives.
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  • 5.Commencement Address to University of North Carolina at Greensboro Class of 2013
    APA Chief Executive Officer encourages graduates to gain skills to build emotional and psychological resilience for personal and professional success, and to be the generation that spotlights mental illness, which effects as many as half of all U.S. adults.
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  • 6.Presentations by Norman Anderson, PhD
    Speeches, presentations and more delivered by APA CEO Norman B. Anderson, PhD.
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  • 7.Psychological Images in Publication
    This directory gives information on images of people who played a significant role in APA history.
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  • 8.Science Advocacy Efforts
    A collection of advocacy efforts undertaken by the Science Government Relations Office.
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  • 9.Memoranda of Understanding Between The Chinese Psychological Society and APA
    Information-sharing agreement between the principal psychological associations of the United States and China.
    Web Page (October 2011)
  • 10.Psychology as a Career
    Employers need people with communication skills; the ability to collect, organize, analyze and interpret data; and an understanding of human behavior. Psychology graduates may work in human resources or communications, while further education will open paths toward clinical practice and research.
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