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  • 1.Communique News Journal - A voice for Ethnic Minority Psychology
    A publication of the Office Of Ethnic Minority Affairs (OEMA)
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  • 2.Psychology Giving Newsletter
    Newsletter of the American Psychological Foundation, providing information on opportunities to support the foundation's scholarships, grants and other activities.
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  • 3.Spotlight on Disability Newsletter
    Disability advocacy and research done internationally and also within APA are featured in this e-newsletter by the Office on Disability Issues.
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  • 4.Progress Notes
    The Newsletter of The Society of Pediatric Psychology, Division 54, American Psychological Association, offers practical and timely information on the field of pediatric psychology, as well as information about SPP awards, grants, events, and member news.
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  • 5.Division 44 Newsletter
    Newsletter of the Society for the Psychological Study of LGBT Issues.
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  • 6.Division 36 Newsletter
    In this issue: The many faces and voices of Division 36, 11th Annual Midyear Conference on Religion and Spirituality, China delegation 2012, Reflections as a faculty member at Spalding University, and student perspectives of the APA convention.
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  • 7.InSight: Monthly eNews
    InSight is distributed on the first of the month and contains important updates related to Division activities, publications of our members, as well as information about how psychoanalysis is portrayed in the media.
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  • 8.The Psychoanalytic Activist (Section IX)
    The newsletter of Section IX, Psychoanalysts for Social Responsibility, Division of Psychoanalysis, American Psychological Association.
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