Results 1–10 of 216 for "FAQ"X related to "“Psychology Benefits Society” blog has..." Refine Your Search Refine Your Search TopicEducation (38)Law & psychology (3)Addictions (1)Disability (1)Environment (1) 3 more... [+] Natural disasters (1)Therapy (1)Workplace issues (1)Hide detailsDocument TypeFAQXYear2013 (1)2010 (2)Author/ContributorState Advocacy Staff (1) Results 1–10 of 216 Previous 1 2 3 ... Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: 1.In referencing periodicals, what's the difference between using p. or pp. for page numbers?Provides APA Style guidelines on using p. vs pp. for page numbers. Differentiation is given between newspaper articles and book chapters.FAQ 2.FAQs for the 2013-2014 Leadership Institute for Women in PsychologyExplains why the 2013 LIWP program is targeting mid-career women at the rank of associate or clinical associate professor level or above, if assistant professors in academic and academic medical settings are eligible to apply, why mid-career women in clinical and consulting settings must work at least half-time in practice or consultation to be considered, and other frequently asked questions.FAQ 3.Frequently Asked Questions About Psychology Outside the USLearn about international psychology organizations and conferences.FAQ 4.Graduate Programs: How can I learn more about graduate programs in psychology in the United States?You can learn about graduate programs in psychology through APA's book Graduate Study in Psychology or the database Graduate Study Online. You will learn about tuition, housing, financial aid and applications.FAQ 5.How does the APA define "psychology"?Psychology is the study of the mind and behavior — from the functions of the brain to the actions of nations, from child development to care for the aged.FAQ 6.Does the APA have information about international psychology-related meetings?APA's news and event calendar lists national and international meetings relevant to psychology.FAQ 7.What are the qualifications to become licensed as a psychologist in the U.S.?Licensure requirements can be found in the Handbook of Licensing and Certification Requirements for Psychologists in the U.S. and Canada. Generally a doctoral degree is required.FAQ 8.What percentage of psychology doctorates has baccalaureate degrees in psychology?About 70 percent of students who receive doctorates in psychology obtained baccalaureate degrees in psychology.FAQ 9.Frequently Asked Questions About PsycTESTS®Provides answers to frequently asked questions about the new PsycTESTS® database.FAQ 10.Frequently Asked Questions About Undergraduate PsychologyAnswers to frequently asked questions about undergraduate psychology programs.FAQ Previous 1 2 3 ... Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: ADVERTISEMENT Results 1–10 of 216 for "FAQ"X related to "“Psychology Benefits Society” blog has..."