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  • 1.Science Policy Insider News: August 2010
    In this issue: Autism Research Plan, K-12 science education framework, public access to federally funded research, Tobacco Products Scientific Advisory Committee and legislative updates.
    Newsletter - Science Policy Insider News (August 2010)
  • 2.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)
  • 3.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)
  • 4.APA Access — Jan. 14, 2014
    This newsletter addresses trying to expand psychology role in health care, psychology's role in smoking decline, webinar series on gun violence, gradPSYCH Blog, Protect Food Assistance, APA's Education Directorate executive director, new director of the Office of Sponsor Approval, 2013 APA board and committee election results, autism spectrum disorder, treatment integrity, Marriage Checkup, APA's Professional Development Training Institute, and calls for nominations and applications.
    Newsletter - APA Access (January 2014)
  • 5.APA Access - Apr. 25, 2012
    Articles in this newsletter discuss the convention, military families, mental health outcomes, USA Science Expo, reducing absenteeism, veterans’ research funding, APAGS election, doctorate in psychology and autism spectrum disorders.
    Newsletter - APA Access (April 2012)
  • 6.APA Access — March 18, 2014
    This newsletter addresses the APA-ABA national conference on confronting family and community violence, Council of Representatives plans, policy changes related to detainee welfare and interrogation in national security settings, physicians ncorporating behavioral health care into their practices, health insurance enrollment, military mental health training, APA's Advanced Training Institutes, educational training grant winners, and Center for Psychology and Health primary care briefing sheet.
    Newsletter - APA Access (March 2014)
  • 7.September 2013 Communique
    This newsletter addresses National Hispanic Heritage Month, CEMA 21st Annual Invitational Breakfast, legislative update, educational enrichment in Hawaiian culture, APA's Code of Ethics, diversity and social justice, James Jones conversation on the Trayvon Martin tragedy, race in America, OEMA's highlights and honors, upcoming conferences and publications on ethnic minority affairs.
    Newsletter - Communique (September 2013)
  • 8.February 2012 PSA
    The articles in this issue discuss emotional arousal on memory, federal lab animal policy, alzheimer’s disease, APA Distinguished Scientist Lectures, summer training institute, diversity of research workforce, research domains, Federal Budget Blog , dual graduate careers, and award announcements and nominations.
    Newsletter - Psychological Science Agenda (February 2012)
  • 9.September 2013 ITPI
    In this issue: A mother's perspective on the sexualization of girls; honest dialogue on racial prejudice and stereotyping; safe and supportive schools for LGBT youth; and health disparities in boys and men.
    Newsletter - In the Public Interest (September 2013)
  • 10.December 2013 PSA
    This newsletter addresses distorted body representations in healthy adults, 2013 APA Dissertation Research Award recipients, the Grawemeyer psychology award winner, sequestration and budget battles, selecting a reference manager, Advanced Training Institutes for summer 2014 and federal research funding opportunities for psychology.
    Newsletter - Psychological Science Agenda (December 2013)
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Results 110 of 39 for "Newsletter"X related to "New Research Suggests Possible..."