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  • 1.APA Books on Disability Related Topics
    Books on rehabilitation, assistive technology, learning disabilities and ADD.
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  • 2.Social Class Curricula: Fiction
    Includes works of fiction that are focused on social class in the United States, published since 1950.
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  • 3.Suggested Reading for Psychological Disorders
    References on schizophrenia, hypochondria, manic depression, postpartum depression, social phobia, perfectionism, panic, anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorder.
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  • 4.Bibliography and Additional Resources for Cross-Cultural Psychology
    Suggested readings in culture, ethnicity, race, cultural and ethnic diversity, stereotype and prejudice, and gender.
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  • 5.Additional HIV/AIDS Information
    AIDS-related websites for multidisciplinary education and training programs, policy and legislative advocacy resources and fundraising. Resources for HIV screening, coping with HIV-related loss, cognitive behavioral stress management and fact sheets about HIV/AIDS and socioeconomic status and sexually-transmitted infections.
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  • 6.Bibliography/References for Motivation and Emotion
    Websites, textbooks, journals and books about motivation and emotion.
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  • 7.External Links for Teachers and Educators
    Resources for educators from non-APA organizations.
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  • 8.CPSE Publications
    Books, articles and reports regarding psychology's role in education, and the activities of the Center for Psychology in Schools and Education.
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  • 9.Neal E. Miller Bibliography
    Books and journal articles by the former APA president, on subjects such as behavioral health, neuroscience, motion sickness and mind/body health.
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  • 10.Articles From the Field
    List of disability-related articles on topics such as the case of people with intellectual disability moving into neighbourhoods, the psychological adjustment of family caregviers of children who have neurodisabilities and others.
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