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  • 1.APA Efforts Facilitate Introduction of Critical Interpersonal Violence Bill
    In October 2011, APA’s Public Interest Government Relations Office worked with Senator Kay Hagan (D-NC) in support of the introduction of the Consolidation of Grants to Strengthen the Healthcare System’s Response to Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Sexual Assault, and Stalking Act.
    Web Page (January 2011)
  • 2.APA Clinical Practice Guidelines Development Panels
    The Clinical Treatment Guidelines Advisory Steering Committee narrowed its focus to four topics: depressive disorders, obesity, oppositional-defiant disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder.
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  • 3.Special Issues
    Provides a list of recent special issues from APA Journals.
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  • 4.Articles by the Science Student Council
    Archive of articles written by the Science Student Council.
    Web Page (January 2011)
  • 5.Obituaries
    List of obituaries of prominent psychologists who have appeared in the American Psychologist.
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  • 6.Psychological Images in Publication
    This directory gives information on images of people who played a significant role in APA history.
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  • 7.E-card: February is National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month
    Learn about victims of dating violence and the critical need for support and services.
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  • 8.APA Representation at International Meetings
    The APA president, Board members and staff regularly bring APA’s presence to international conferences of psychology and related disciplines.
    Web Page (January 2011)
  • 9.October 2011 Policy Update
    APA’s Public Interest Government Relations Office as co-hosted a conference on military service member and veteran suicide prevention and have submitted a statement on socioeconomic status to a key United States Senate subcommittee.
    Web Page (October 2011)
  • 10.A New Look at Adolescent Girls
    The adolescent population in the United States is growing rapidly and will continue to grow into the next millennium. The lives of these girls are complex, affected by their gender, race, ethnicity, class, differing abilities, and sexual orientation. Only by examining each of these complicated layers can the rich diversity of the lives of adolescent girls be understood.
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