Results 1–10 of 281 for "Web Page"X related to "American Psychological Association..." Refine Your Search Refine Your Search TopicEducation (41)Aging (20)Emotional health (19)Law & psychology (18)Socioeconomic status (15) 50 more... [+] Children (14)Workplace issues (13)Stress (11)Ethics (10)HIV & AIDS (9)Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (9)Military (9)Race (8)Human rights (7)Women & men (7)Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (6)Teens (6)Alzheimer's (5)Bullying (5)Suicide (5)Therapy (5)Violence (5)Addictions (4)Disability (4)Obesity (4)Parenting (4)Trauma (4)Death & dying (3)Health disparities (3)Marriage & divorce (3)Pain (3)Testing issues (3)Eating disorders (2)Kids & the media (2)Natural disasters (2)Abortion (1)ADHD (1)Anger (1)Anxiety (1)Autism (1)Bipolar disorder (1)Depression (1)Environment (1)Hate crimes (1)Hypnosis (1)Intelligence (1)Learning & memory (1)Money (1)Personality (1)Safety & design (1)Schizophrenia (1)Sexual abuse (1)Shyness (1)Sleep (1)Sport & exercise (1)Hide detailsDocument TypeWeb PageXYear2014 (4)2013 (8)2012 (10)2011 (29)2010 (6)Author/ContributorKhubchandani, Anju (2)Anderson, Norman B. (1)Armistead, Lisa (1)Berenbaum, Sheri (1)Clark, Leslie (1) 22 more... [+] Cloud, Jerrilyn (1)Desormeaux, Lyne (1)Eissenberg, Thomas (1)Epley, Norma (1)Fendrich, Michael (1)Forehand, Rex (1)Johnson, Sarah (1)Kelso, Rosemary (1)LeBrun, Jenn (1)Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Concerns Office (1)Lyon, Jamie (1)Molloy, Anne T. (1)Mose, Edward (1)Ogden, Jenai (1)Panicker, Sangeeta (1)Penner, Louis (1)Robust, Kristen (1)Scarborough, Elizabeth (1)Simmerling, Mary (1)Simon, Patricia (1)Van Dette, Julie (1)West, Keely (1)Hide details Results 1–10 of 281 Previous 1 2 3 ... Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: 1.Timeline of American Psychological Association Policies and Actions Related to Detainee Welfare and Professional Ethics in the Context of Interrogation and National SecurityThe American Psychological Association's position on torture is clear and unequivocal: Any direct or indirect participation in any act of torture or other forms of cruel, degrading or inhuman treatment or punishment by psychologists is strictly prohibited. Such acts are clear violations of APA's no torture/no abuse policy.Web Page 2.Position on Ethics and InterrogationsAPA's position on torture states that any direct or indirect participation in any act of torture or other forms of cruel, degrading or inhuman treatment or punishment by psychologists is strictly prohibited. Web Page 3.Interrogation Vignettes ResponsesComments on APA policy's on the role of psychologists in national security-related activitiesWeb Page 4.Programs and ProjectsAPA's Ethic Office programs and projects including position statements, graduate student prizes, and Ethic Committee statements.Web Page 5.Ethics Legislative ActivityStatements submitted to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence and the California State Senate Subcommittee, as well as letters to the Senate and House Judiciary Committees.Web Page 6.Ethics CorrespondenceCorrespondence between the Ethics Committee and the APA Council of Representatives regarding the the 2006 Resolution Against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman, and Degrading Treatment or Punishment.Web Page 7.Outreach to Federal OfficialsLetters to President George W. Bush, CIA Director Michael Hayden, and Attorney General Michael Mukasey outlining APA's stance against torture.Web Page 8.Law & PsychologyResources on law and psychology, including inmate drug abuse, eyewitness testimony, lie detectors, fingerprints, and the Milgram experiment.Web Page 9.Ethics OfficeAPA's Ethics Office promotes ethics throughout the field of psychology. The Office supports the Ethics Committee in adjudicating ethics complaints, offers educational workshops and seminars, provides ethics consultations, and serves as a resource to members and the Association in addressing new ethical dilemmas as psychology grows and evolves as a discipline.Web Page 10.Elder Abuse and Neglect: In Search of SolutionsPatterns of elder abuse or neglect can be broken, and both the abused person and the abuser can receive needed help by increasing awareness among physicians, mental health professionals, home health care workers and others who provide services to the elderly and family members.Web Page Previous 1 2 3 ... Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: ADVERTISEMENT Results 1–10 of 281 for "Web Page"X related to "American Psychological Association..."