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Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: 1.Exercise and Sport Psychology Newsletter: Spring 2011In this issue: licensing issues when sport psychologists travel with clients, division award announcements, division election candidate statements, division reports, Ray's Race results and other professional news.Newsletter - Exercise and Sport Psychology Newsletter (April 2011)2.Exercise and Sport Psychology Newsletter: October 2012In this issue: Ray's Race, the ethnic minority psychological association amendment, the division email list and social media, student opportunities, a paper on concussion, and a brochure on being an informed consumer.Newsletter - Exercise and Sport Psychology Newsletter (October 2012)3.APA Access — Oct. 15, 2013This newsletter addresses mental health lessons, maintaining research funding for science, revised APA Guidelines for the Undergraduate Psychology Major, new leadership in the Government Relations Office, examining violence, growing population of multiracial youth and families, trauma and substance abuse, sport and exercise psychology, behavioral economics, clinical process, pornography, call for nominations for journal editors and APA grants for internship programs.Newsletter - APA Access (October 2013)4.Exercise and Sport Psychology Newsletter: Spring 2012In this issue: 34th Annual Ray’s Race 5K Run and Walk, Bruce Ogilvie Award for Professional Practice recipient, candidate statements, bylaw changes, and programming at the APA Annuaol Conference in Orlando.Newsletter - Exercise and Sport Psychology Newsletter (April 2012)5.Exercise and Sport Psychology Newsletter: Spring 2013In this issue: bios and position statements from candidates for Div. 47 elective offices; 2013 award winners; results from the Mid-Winter Meeting; and more.Newsletter - Exercise and Sport Psychology Newsletter (April 2013)6.Exercise and Sport Psychology: October 2013In this issue: Looking Foraward in 2014; upcoming awards; what is a sports psychologist; book review and more. Newsletter - Exercise and Sport Psychology Newsletter (October 2013)7.March 2012 ITPIThe articles in this newsletter discuss women's history month, CEMA Middle Easterners/Northern Africans Working Group, International Congress of Psychology, DisABILITY Resource Toolkit, and advancing the National HIV/AIDS Strategy in Metropolitan Washington.Newsletter - In the Public Interest (March 2012)8.Society for the Psychology of Religion and Spirituality Newsletter: Spring 2013In this issue: Highlights of a recent member survey, an exploration of the role of religious belief in healthy relationships, a new lab in Connecticut for studying the psychological aspects of spirituality and a new initiative launched in the wake of the Sandy Hook school shooting. Newsletter - Society for the Psychology of Religion and Spirituality Newsletter (April 2013)9.The Behavioral Neuroscientist and Comparative Psychologist: Spring/Summer 2012In this issue: Includes the APA Council of Representatives meeting report, 2012 Division 6 APA convention program, job search advice for early career psychologists, "Encourage your colleagues and students to join Division 6," "Historical trends in American comparative psychology," and an obituary for César Ades.Newsletter - The Behavioral Neuroscientist and Comparative Psychologist (June 2012)10.PracticeUpdate - June 21, 2012Articles in this newsletter discuss proposed endorsement of "Structure and Function of an Interdisciplinary Team for Persons with Acquired Brain Injury", VA's expansion of its mental health workforce, and efforts to include psychologists in Medicare’s “physician” definition. Newsletter - Practice Update (June 2012) Previous 1 2 3 ... 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