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  • 1.APA Access - May 15, 2012
    Articles in this newsletter discuss APA president candidates, USA Science Expo, new divisions, cancer prevention, interrogation vignettes responses, addiction syndrome, AD/HD, depression, obesity, disability issues and ethical practice in operational psychology.
    Newsletter - APA Access (May 2012)
  • 2.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)
  • 3.AP-LS News: Summer 2013
    In this issue: division strategic plan, PTSD in veterans, gun safety legislation, and interrogations and confessions.
    Newsletter (July 2013)
  • 4.InSight: December 2011
    In this issue: Spring 2012 meeting highlights, message from Early Career Committee, a message from the editor. local chapter news and the author connection.
    Newsletter - InSight (December 2011)
  • 5.APA Access — Dec. 16, 2013
    This newsletter addresses the report “Gun Violence: Prediction, Prevention, and Policy,” key court decisions on marriage equality, internship imbalances, APAGS journals that provide publishing training ground for students and new psychologists, low interest rates on student loans, educational and psychological testing standards, APA Campus Suicide Prevention Program, and APA information technology services and solutions.
    Newsletter - APA Access (December 2013)
  • 6.APA Access - Dec. 11, 2012
    This newsletter addresses 2012's significant achievements for psychology, quality standards in psychology education, funding for the application of psychology to public safety and health, educating the public about the scientific foundation, supporting diversity, access to mental health services, mobile technology, early career psychologists, and international psychology organizations.
    Newsletter - APA Access (December 2012)
  • 7.Women's Psych-E Newsletter: August 2011
    In this issue: health and wellness of women with disabilities, nominations for new members, june and july awareness, trafficking, the leadership institute, French postpartum depression, gender development, sex roles and convention programming.
    Newsletter - Women's Psych-E Newsletter (August 2011)
  • 8.SES Indicator: Summer 2011
    The articles in this newsletter discuss Keyona King-Tsikata's message, social determinants of mental health, health impact assessment, SES policy corner, convention programming and activities, SES related sessions at the convention, SES network meeting & CSES awards presentations, new CSES members, jubilee jobs, call for nominations, and network & listerv.
    Newsletter - The SES Indicator (August 2011)
  • 9.The Military Psychologist: Spring 2013
    In this issue: treating alcohol abuse in the military, researching stress in flight crews, treatment complications and gender role confusion for male combat veterans suffering from impotence, and tentative plans for Div. 19 events at the APA Convention.
    Newsletter - The Military Psychologist (April 2013)
  • 10.Science Policy Insider News: April 2012
    The articles discuss congressional testimony on veterans’ research funding, White House science issues, appropriations staff, research on aging, appropriations bills, National Children’s Study Advisory Committee, PTSD research with women veterans, and federal advocacy training to I/O psychologists.
    Newsletter - Science Policy Insider News (April 2012)
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Results 110 of 399 for "Newsletter"X related to "Debating psychologists' wartime roles"